After installing a touch pad driver on my laptop, it seems somehow my Windows turn on some kind of "touch mode". There's a touch keyboard icon on the task bar, I tried to turn it off but it keeps coming back when the system restarts. Also, the Adobe Reader opens in "touch mode" and the Microsoft Office programs have touch options on the Quick Access Toolbar.
It seems the programs somehow think I have a touch screen so they behave like they are running on touch devices but I really don't.
I don't want to uninstall the touch pad driver, how can I make the programs behave normally as if they were running on a desktop?
- Laptop: Dell Vostro 2421;
- OS: Windows 8.
After some digging, I found it may be related to two process: SynTPEnh.exe & SynTPHelper.exe. If I stop these two process, it comes back to normal. Is it related to the problem? It there a "nonviolent" way to configure the driver other than just killing the two processes?