I need some help in turning off/disabling the touchpad edge swipe gestures in my Windows 10 2-in-1. When I swipe from the right, it brings up the Action Center. When I swipe from the left, it brings up the open processes. When I swipe from the top, it brings up the voice dictate mode. I want to disable all of those behaviors but my touchpad is detected by windows as a generic HID-compliant mouse.
Everywhere I look, the default response is to install the proper drivers but the proper drivers are indeed already installed. It's just that my 2-in-1 device uses a generic touchpad so there's no hope of ever finding a feature-full driver for it like with Synaptics, etc.
So now I want to find another way to disable the gestures. Can I hack around in the registry? Can I catch those system calls so they don't execute? Anything else I can do besides "finding the correct driver" because I feel like that's just an exercise in futility.