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Automatically Disable the Touchpad When Connecting a Mouse in Windows 10

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Automatically Disable the Touchpad When Connecting a Mouse in Windows 10

Automatically Disable the Touchpad When Connecting a Mouse in Windows 10

If you’re using a Bluetooth or external mouse on your Windows laptop, you can make Windows 10 automatically disable touchpad anytime a mouse is plugged in.


This method might differ from one manufacturer to another — in some cases, toggling the touchpad on and off is achieved through manufacturer specific settings rather than through Windows settings.

Generally, with most laptops, you can switch the touchpad off by going to Settings > Devices > Touchpad. Under Touchpad, you can toggle off this setting: Leave touchpad on when a mouse is connected.



Anytime you plug in a wired mouse or a bluetooth dongle for a mouse, the touchpad will automatically switch off.
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