05-03-2018 02:29 AM - edited 05-03-2018 03:15 AM
yesterday the Windows 10 April update got installed.
Before I could use the touchscreen and pen to scroll and click, e.g. open a PDF, use my fingers to scroll trought the pages (e.g. in Drawboard PDF), use the pen to write.
Now, the fingers are sort of recognised: Just after logging in it seems to work, I can scroll through the explorer, change tabs in the browser, then after a bit this functionality disappears - partally. E.g. I can still minimize and maximise programs, but scrolling (mainly) doesn't work.
It does e.g. in FoxitReader but not in Chrome.
I can e.g. flick open the notification centre and when I try to click on something the feedback circle appears but the actual "click" doesn't "click" the button. Using the pen is a little bit better
Note that right after a reboot I can e.g. open the notificatin centre of Windows and use touch to activate/deactivate the tablet mode (for example) - a few seconds later I can still side the notification centre open but clicking on e.g. "tablet mode" is no longer registered as a click while the touch feedback is shown on the display. It seems a bit as if some software is loaded in the first few seconds after logging in which intercepts the touch intput to some degree?
I've already tried to disable touch-and-hold as right-click (it looks a bit as if most programs would interpret touch as right-click straight away), I've also tried to update some drivers from the Lenovo homepage.
Many thanks for any help