If you accidentally change a touchpad setting on Windows 11 and want to restore its default settings, this gearupwindows article will help. It may also happen, the touchpad is broken, and you want to disable it. Windows 11 lets you disable and reset the touchpad using the built-in Settings app.
All modern laptops include a touchpad that does a lot more than click and scroll. They incorporate two, three, and even four-finger gestures so that you can easily navigate to your Windows machine. If you need, you can assign those gestures to features that open up Cortana, switch between active windows, and open your action center. In addition to that, you can also change the scroll sensitivity and a lot. If you’ve done a lot of customizing and now you’re experiencing trouble, resetting to the default options can help.
How to Reset Touchpad to Default Settings on Windows 11?
You can reset the touchpad to default settings on Windows 11 using two ways. First, if you have installed the manufacturer software for your touchpad, then you can use them. Next, using Windows 11 Settings app also you can reset the touchpad settings. In this post, we will see how to reset the touchpad using the Settings app.
Step 1. Press
Step 2. When Windows Settings opens, click on the
Step 3. On the right sidebar, select the
Step 4. Click anywhere on
Quick Note: If you want to disable the touchpad, turn the toggle switch to the Off position next to the
Step 5. Here, you will see the Reset button is greyed out. To enable the Reset button, you need to disable the Touchpad. Turn toggle switch to Off position next to Touchpad. Now, the Reset button will appear clickable.
Step 6. Disable the Touchpad and then click the
That’s it. The Touchpad will reset and turn on automatically.