Windows RT touchscreen responsiveness can be increased with a little tweaking
0. phoneArena 14 Jan 2013, 07:15 posted on
Microsoft Surface RT owners, here's a neat trick you can try. Apparently, someone has discovered that by tweaking the Windows registry, the responsiveness of the tablet's touchscreen can be increased noticeably. That happens at the expense of a (probably marginal) drop in battery life, but the hack is still worth trying since it is reversible. Care to give it a shot? Okay, so make sure your data is backed up, then read on to see how the magic happens...
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1. blattlaus (Posts: 63; Member since: 12 Dec 2010)
While there has been much critisism of the Surface RT, I have not read any complaints of the screen responsiveness.
2. PhoneCritic (Posts: 636; Member since: 05 Oct 2011)
This is really a sore point for ordinary users in my opinion as they want to avoid the same complications of a computer on a tablet. This is why the ipad is so successful. Why The nexus 7 and kindle fire are doing well. No registry
3. drzonw (Posts: 12; Member since: 14 Jan 2013)
I don't really see the problem. It's just a tweak and no one is forced to use it. It's the same thing as editing something like build.prop in android or using any other "hack" that isn't obvious to most users. I'd rather have the option of using it and possibly making by device better than not to have that possibility at all.
4. SemperFiV12 (Posts: 944; Member since: 09 Nov 2010)
Happy with our Surface... pretty responsive stock if you ask me.