- 02-10-2013, 05:01 AM #1
Has anyone tried this registry tweek yet? I even went as far as going all the way down to 1. I'm not sure if it's psychological, but it does seem faster.
How to improve Surface's touch responsiveness with a simple Registry tweak | Pureinfotech
- 02-10-2013, 04:00 PM #4
I've noticed that clicking on links register touches faster now. Whereas, sometimes it would take up to 3 seconds to even see some type of visual confirmation (the moving dots that signifies that IE is thinking).
02-15-2013, 11:49 AM #7
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I went back in and changed the latency to 0. But kept sampling at 2.
Things I have noticed to improve are:
- greatly enhanced touch typing experience, specially if you type fast.
- games are way more responsive
- using fresh paint app I can easily see how much better and faster the brushes works
- in Mail app, selecting multiple emails works better and more natural
- Copy / paste is faster and more responsive
- there is no more "missed launch" of tiles. This used to happed often when I quickly tapped a tile and it would not register. So I had to tap the tile again and press longer. After the changes I have not experienced that once yet.
battery seems fine. I am still monitoring it.
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