While the touch screen makes navigation easier enhancing the laptop experience, oftentimes you may want to turn off the screen touch.

Turning off your laptop's touchscreen can be beneficial to prevent accidental interference and cater to specific use cases where touch input is not needed.

You may want better control over your laptop's input methods to avoid unintentional actions that can disrupt your overall experience. This is where disabling the touch becomes necessary.

Turning off the Chromebook touch screen is relatively easy, as Google made sure of that. However, tweaking settings on a Chromebook may seem frustrating as most of the customizations are done on the Chrome browser. However, Chromebook’s settings are easier to toggle than Windows and Mac OS.

In this guide, we will walk you through how to turn off (and on) your Chromebook’s touch screen.

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