Windows 8.1 build 9369 reveals refinements to trackpad settings

With the leak of Windows 8.1 build 9369 earlier today, we are getting another glimpse into what Windows 8.1 will bring when it arrives later this year. We have already seen the new Files app today, and if you are a heavy trackpad user, there's good news in this build for you too.

Deep in the settings pane, Windows 8.1 will include new trackpad settings that will allow you to turn edge gestures on and off. If you have accidentally enacted these gestures and had been hoping for a way to turn them off, Windows 8.1 will bring that feature to you.

This is only one of the many items that will likely be uncovered as users dig deeper into the leaked build. We are still waiting to see if anyone is able to conclusively ascertain if the option to boot directly to the desktop will be fully enabled in Windows 8.1 as well.

Windows 8.1 will likely see a preview release at the BUILD conference in June with rumors suggesting that RTM will happen late in the Summer.

Source: AngleWZR

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