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HP Notebook PCs - Using the TouchPad or ClickPad (Windows 10)

This document pertains to HP notebooks using Windows 10.
A TouchPad or ClickPad is a pointing device with a touch-sensitive surface located on the palm rest of the notebook.
TouchPads have a touch-sensitive area bordered by two or more buttons that function like the left and right buttons on an external mouse.
ClickPads have unmarked areas for left and right clicking, instead of discrete buttons like on the TouchPad. To right-click using a ClickPad, press the bottom right corner. To left-click, tap anywhere on the ClickPad, or press the bottom left corner.
note:
HP recommends periodically checking for software, drivers, and system BIOS updates to ensure you get the maximum functionality out of your notebook and pointing device. See the section Updating the driver through Windows Update or the HP document Obtaining Software and Drivers.
    Figure : Example TouchPad
    Example of TouchPad touch-sensitive area and buttons
  1. Touch-sensitive area
  2. Left TouchPad button
  3. Right TouchPad button
    Figure : Example ClickPad with click zones
    Example ClickPad with click zones
  1. Left-click zone
  2. Right-click zone
You can adjust the sensitivity of the TouchPad or ClickPad, enable or disable the features and gestures, and change the functionality of the buttons.

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