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    Is the touchscreen on your device not working correctly? It probably needs calibration and in this guide, we'll show you the steps to do just that.
    Windows 10-powered devices with touch-enabled displays are virtually everywhere, and they help us to do away without the mouse and keyboard to interact with applications more naturally using a pen or just our fingers.
    Although there have been numerous advances in display technologies to make touch more reliable, eventually no matter the computer you're using, the screen can lose its accuracy. It may result in touch input not working at all, taps or swipes not registering, or the screen not responding with the same accuracy as it once did when the device was fresh out of the box.
    The good news is that unless it's a mechanical problem, it's an issue that usually can get fixed by simply re-calibrating the screen. If you own a Surface Book 2, Surface Pro, Surface Pro, a Dell laptop, or any other touch-enabled device running Windows 10, you can use the built-in calibration tool to resolve this issue.


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    11-28-2017 06:10 AM

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