TouchFreeze

TouchFreeze

Free
4.0 
3

fair

3.4
This program received 3 awards
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  • Menu Window
  • Tray Window
  • The program's icon in the tray and its menu
  • Destination folder
  • Welcome Setup
  • About TouchFreeze

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Roberto Jimenez Senior editor

The following review written by one of the Software Informer contributors applies to version 1.0
This is a very small but useful application that allows you to disable the touchpad of your laptop while typing. The program doesn't need configuration, it automatically detects when you are typing and disables the touchpad momentarily in order to avoid changing the position of the cursor, changing to another window or executing any unwanted action while typing and sliding your hand accidentally on the touchpad surface.
The installation procedure is very simple, you only have to execute the downloaded file, accept to run the program in the security warning window, and accept to install the program on the selected folder or browse to select another one on the wizard setup. After installing the program, there will appear its icon in the system tray, by right-clicking on the icon you can load/unload TouchFreeze at system startup and exit the program. The program only requires 100kb of free space on the disk and 3Mb of RAM. The operating systems supported are: Microsoft Windows NT, 2000 and XP.

Pros

  • Free.
  • Easy-to-use.

Cons

  • None.

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    Ann 2 months ago

    Touchfreeze does not always work for me. In particular, as I am typing my password when I am logging in. Sometimes I have a very difficult time logging in because of this.
    My curser just jumped and I had to come back and fix it. What I also get is that the screen jumps. Suddenly the area I am using isn't there anymore so I have a two pronged problem.

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    Amanda Blackmon Zarovsky 12 months ago

    This works well in keeping my mouse from jumping all over when I am writing.

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    Guest Last year

    You have to restart everyday for this to work, after you log off/hibernate this will not work

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      pursacat Last year

      No, you don't. I have used mine for over a year and it always boots when my computer does.

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