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TouchFreeze Automatically Disables Laptop’s Touchpad While Typing Text

TouchFreeze is a freeware program for Laptops that automatically disables TouchPad while typing a document.

Disabling touchpad is often necessary, because accidentally touching your hand on touchpad may change the cursor position in your document or click on an option that you don’t need.

Although it is possible to disable touchpad manually, this tool will automate this. You need not to do anything, just install the program and run it (or start with Windows).

Whenever you start typing texts it locks the Touch Pad, and the moment you stop typing, the Touch Pad is enabled back again.

The program works on Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista and 7 and there are some known issues for some VAIO Synaptics touch pads and Windows 7.

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