Windows: It's all too easy to brush your laptop's touchpad while typing and inject what should be at the end of the current sentence into a previous one. TouchpadPal disables the touchpad while you type for fewer cursor-created errors.
Some laptops have special utilities or buttons included to turn off the touchpad while you type. Not all do, however, and sometimes changing or upgrading your OS breaks the specialty buttons. Whether you need to replace lost functionality or add on a feature that should have been included from the start, TouchpadPal is a simple and lightweight app that temporarily disables the touchpad while you are actively typing.
TouchpadPal is free and Windows only. For other touchpad-locking applications check out previously reviewed TouchFreeze as well as how to disable the touchpad while typing using AutoHotkey.
TouchpadPal [CNET Downloads via Digital Inspiration]