By default, most trackpads of the Pc with Windows 11 will They allow you to “click” by gently touching the surface of the touch panel. If you don’t like this (and prefer to use a physical button to click), you can disable it in Settings. That’s how.
First, open Windows Settings by pressing Windows + i on your keyboard. Or you can open the Start menu, search for “Settings” and then click the Settings application icon.
When Settings opens, click on “Bluetooth and Devices” in the sidebar, then select “Touch Panel”.
In the touch panel settings, scroll down to the “Taps” section and click to expand the menu. Then uncheck “Single-finger tap to single-click”, “Two-finger tap to right-click” and “Double-tap and drag to multi-select”.
After that, close Settings. Tap-to-click has been disabled on your Windows 11 touchpad. From now on, you will need to perform pointer clicks with your trackpad by physically pressing down (and clicking) the trackpad or using separate buttons near the trackpad. Good luck!