I recently purchased an Asus X550L computer. It came pre-bundled with an ASUS Windows 8.1 that I immediately wiped, to ensure I get a "clean" install without any superfluous junk that the OEM decided that I would "need".
When downloading the touchpad driver (device ID PNP0F03 and ACPI\ETD0108), I got something called the "Smart Gesture" program. In this, I can disable some of the more obvious obnoxious behavior (like having "tap to click" enabled by default, which I absolutely hate). However, the UI leaves a lot to ask for in general. For example, the touchpad has a "left" button area (in the bottom-left corner) and a "right" button area as well. The buttons are not true "physical" buttons, which makes it hard to know (without looking) where the left button and the right buttons are located. This makes it easy to click the right button by mistake.
It also has "tap with two fingers" to perform a right click, which is a step in the right direction, but ideally I would like it to behave like the touchpad on my MacBook Pro: all the touchpad is a big "left" button (regardless of where I click) and clicking with two fingers on the touchpad should perform a right-click. Is this possible, and if so, how?