I just upgraded to 10 a couple of days ago and I'm back to having my old tap-to-click issues with my touchpad mouse. My palm hits the touchpad and screws up my typing. (I've already had to fix a few errors while typing these few sentences) I adjusted the mouse settings to longest delay but still have the issue.
I would like to:
a) disable the tap-to-click (or whatever you call it) on my touch pad
or, if I can't,
b) disable the mouse all together
I don't see a way to disable the mouse like in previous versions of windows. If I try to uninstall the mouse in device manager (so I can use a usb mouse) it removes the device but it still keeps working. The mouse shows up in device driver after rebooting, like nothing happened.
It's rather frustrating.
Anyway, hardware is:
Acer laptop model E1-572-6870
Mouse driver just says ELAN pointer device