I have an Asus U38N which I upgraded without major problems from Win 8.1 to Win 10. However, I am having problems with the automatic updates, which are updating drivers too.
Yesterday, the "ELAN driver update for ELAN Input Device" made useless the original Asus Smart Gesture (which was working fine). Today, the "eGalaxTouch - Other hardware - USB Touchscreen Controller(7907)" update has wrongly identified my touchscreen as a mouse, and on the system page my notebook went from "Full Windows Touch Support with 5 Touch Points" to "No Pen or Touch Input is available for this Display". With this change, I lost some touch features.
If I rollback the "eGalaxTouch" driver to the previous version (using Device Manager), the touchscreen works again. However, as the updates are automatic, soon it's installed again and again some touch features don't work.
How can I solve this?
And can someone explain why drivers updates are automatic with Windows 10, and as showed by this example, create problems where they didn't exist?