Chromebooks with touchscreen capabilities offer an additional level of interactivity and convenience. Many Chromebook models come with touchscreens, allowing users to interact with the device using touch gestures and input.
Touchscreen Chromebooks offer a more intuitive and tactile way to navigate through applications, websites, and other content.
These devices are equipped with touch-sensitive displays that respond to touch inputs, enabling actions like tapping, scrolling, zooming, and swiping.
In situations where the touch screen is fine and works properly except for the touch sensitivity being abnormal. The best option is too disable the touch sensitivity so you can use mouse gestures to operate your device as if it was never a touch. To do this on your Chromebook, follow the guide below.
To disable the touch screen on a Chromebook, you can follow these steps:
- Open the Chrome browser on your Chromebook.
- Type “chrome://flags/#ash-debug-shortcuts” in the address bar and press Enter.
- Locate the “Debugging keyboard shortcuts” option and click on the drop-down menu next to it.
- Click on “Enabled” to enable the debugging keyboard shortcuts.
- Restart your Chromebook by clicking on the “Restart” button that appears at the bottom of the flags menu.
- To disable the touch screen, press “Search + Shift + T” on your keyboard.
- To enable the touch screen again, press “Search + Shift + T” again.
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