Trackpad is an integrated component in the notebook or laptop as a replacement for an external mouse is used in decades in the computer PC. The existence of the trackpad is very important because it can be easier for users to navigate.
But unfortunately trackpad also has a number of drawbacks, the first regarding the sensitivity, speed, and position the trackpad itself. As a result for users who for many years used to use an external mouse will find it difficult to adapt.
For users of Windows 8 and 8.1, it is easy to turn off the trackpad when using an external mouse. This is often done because the presence of the trackpad even interfere when operating a computer.
How To Disable Trackpad When Using an External Mouse on Windows 8 and 8.11. First run the Control Panel, the way is by pressing Win + X and then click Control Panel.
2. After being in the Control Panel window, locate and click the Mouse menu.
3. In this window click the Device Settings tab.
4. Then check the option Disable internal pointing device when external USB pointing device is attached, closed by clicking on the Apply button and OK.
Now whenever an external mouse is connected via USB, the computer will automatically turn off the trackpad. Please try, and hopefully useful. Do not forget to read another article.