How to enable Palm Rejection in Windows 10

How to enable Palm Rejection in Windows 10

Surface devices, both tablets and Surface Studio, really have the best touch interface Microsoft has to offer. There are also many other touchscreen devices out there, and they may or may not be as good as the Surface.

Surface devices basically work with Surface pens, however, Microsoft’s stylus isn’t limited to Surface devices. You can also use it and many other styluses, along with other touchscreen devices running Windows 10.

If you want to make it easier to use the stylus, you should enable the Palm Rejection feature in Windows 10. This is enabled by default if you have a Surface device. However, if you own any other type of touch-enabled device, you might not even know where the setting is.

In this article, Quantrimang.com will guide you how to enable Palm Rejection (technology against armrests) on Windows 10

How to enable Palm Rejection in Windows 10

The setting to enable Palm Rejection on Windows 10 is not labeled with its corresponding name. To turn on the Palm Rejection feature, open the Settings app and go to Devices.

Go to the Pen & Windows Ink tab and under Pen you will see an option called “Ignore touch input when I’m using my pen” . Enable this option to enable the Palm Rejection feature on your device.

Enable the option “Ignore touch input when I’m using my pen”

Turning on the Palm Rejection feature will improve pen input, however, things will still depend on the hardware you’re using. If your device doesn’t have a touchscreen to afford it then turning on the Palm Rejection feature will make only a small difference.

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