How To Speed Up a Sluggish touchscreen in Windows 10.

Windows 10 Touchscreen get slow

Windows 10 touchscreen feature is available to us for a long time and it is quite useful to many of us, especially if you are working on tablets like Surface Pro 6.

After using a touchscreen monitor for some time having Windows 10 on it, I observed a problem that my monitor’s touchscreen has become slow to respond to my gestures.

After searching, I found a few ways to diagnose and rectify this problem. If you are also facing some similar problem then you can through the post to try these solutions for your slow touchscreen monitor.

#1. Update the Monitor Driver.  

The first thing you should do is update your monitor’s driver.  

To update your monitor driver, search for the Device manager, and open the top result.

Device Manager

In the window that opens, expand the Human Interface Devices drop-down menu, right-click ‘HID-compliant touch screen’, click ‘Update driver’. 

Also read: How To Install Driver Updates Properly on Windows 10. 

HID-compliant touch screen

Update driver will ‘Search automatically for updated driver software’, then follow the onscreen prompts to update your driver.

Search automatically for updated driver software

#2. Calibrate Your Monitor.

If the above method doesn’t resolve your monitor slow response problem then you should try calibrating your touchscreen monitor.

To calibrate your monitor, press the Windows key, type calibrate, and click ‘Calibrate the screen for pen or touch input’, then the Calibrate button in the window that opens, and follow the onscreen instructions.

Calibrate the screen for pen or touch input

So, these are ways by which you can speed up the slow touchscreen monitor. If you have any suggestion related to this post, please let us know through the comment section below.  

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