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Windows 8.1 introduces a feature that is called accidental activation prevention (AAP). AAP helps ensure that unintended taps while you type on an integrated touchpad are suppressed. When this feature is enabled, taps and clicks from an integrated touchpad or pointing stick are suppressed for a while after the last keystroke.
Suppressed clicks or "click lag" are visible symptoms when you play games or use applications that require simultaneous or low-latency interleaved input from both the keyboard and an integrated pointing device. When you use such applications or games, we recommend that you disable the AAP feature through PC Settings.
To do this, follow these steps:
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