Windows 8.1 can disappoint to utilize. Actually no, not as a result of how different it is — Windows 8 was altogether different, yet Windows 8.1 shows Microsoft turning out to be more reasonable. We’re discussing blurry text, laggy mouse pointers, touchpad issues, and SecureBoot issues — great, out-dated Windows inconveniences. Softwarekeep.com advises on the following common issues of Windows 8.1 and how to fix them.
Windows 8 has enhanced support for high-determination shows — otherwise called high-DPI shows, since they have a bigger number of spots (or pixels) per inch. Many Windows 8.1 portable workstations and tablets are currently including these high-determination shows, which make text less demanding to peruse and offer better picture quality.
If text is blurry in an application, you can right-click the application’s alternate route and select Properties. (If the application is on the taskbar, right-click the taskbar icon, then right-click the application’s name in the rundown, and click on Properties.) Under the Compatibility tab, enable the “Disable showcase scaling on high DPI settings” option for that application. Close and reopen the application — text won’t be blurry any longer, yet the application will seem littler.
Laggy Mouse Pointer
Windows 8.1 changed how mouse-input works. This prompts a laggy, faltering mouse pointer in some PC recreations — particularly more seasoned amusements. To fix this issue, you’ll have to introduce update 2903939 from Microsoft’s site. This update consequently fixes the issue in some prevalent amusements. Run the Fix It device from that site page to fix the issue for a specific diversion if the issue isn’t naturally fixed after you introduce the update.
Touchpad Not Working
Windows 8.1 at last has incorporated touchpad controls, so you don’t need to find a producer specific touchpad control panel at whatever point you need to manage your touchpad. You can disable your touchpad from here — in this way, if your touchpad isn’t working in any way, it might simply be disabled.
To check for this, open the PC settings screen — press Windows Key + C or swipe in from the right, tap Settings, and tap Change PC settings. Explore to PC and gadgets > Mouse and touchpad and guarantee the Touchpad option is enabled.
Touchpad gestures can be upsetting if you don’t utilize the new Windows 8.1 features. Swipe your finger in from the right and the charms bar will show up — it’s decent and liquid, however it can simply act as a burden if you just utilize the desktop and never need the charms bar to show up.
This option can be disabled on the touchpad settings screen, as well. Disable the Enable swiping in from the left or right edge option.