I haven't rebooted since resetting it. But I don't recall hitting the apply button last night. Just rebooted and after waiting for the updates to install, found the pad reactivated. Guess I'll have to google it. I have heard complaints about this very issue, that 10 undoes all your customization when it boots. PITA I think XP was their last, great OS.Tom - I disabled the touch pad on my laptop and have never had it "come to life" on its own. Is yours still acting up?
Vince I just found that Microsoft keeps rehashing the same old crap , but making it much harder to navigate so they can confuse us all and relocate everything we're used to and call it new .I've been using Win 10 for quite a while and it isn't any harder to use than any previous version. Mind you, I spent 15 years as a Network Administrator, so computers (specifically servers and networks) was my business. I've also got an iMac, but use the Windows based laptop 99% of the time, 'cause I like to use my computer while sitting in the den in front of the TV.
Tom - I disabled the touch pad on my laptop and have never had it "come to life" on its own. Is yours still acting up?