1.    26 Jul 2015 #1
    Join Date : Jul 2015
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    Win7 Home Premium & Win10 Pro in dual boot

    Disabling Pen Ripple in Win 10


    Hi

    This post is more a case of making information available to those who use tablets of whatever make or model hopefully to save a mass of searching for a solution to this problem.

    I've been trying out Windows 10 Preview in a dual boot system and got the dreaded pen ripple which should I suppose be called pen cripple. Nevertheless, there is a nice easy way of turning it off. This is done by going into Settings, selecting Devices and then selecting Pen on the left. When this opens you will find two options: Show Visual Effects and Show Cursor both of which will probably be turned on. Switch them off and you're done. I found this solution on the following web site but felt this info should be more widely shared:

    https://windows.uservoice.com/forums...ck-like-ripple

    Give it a try - it should work. I have found though that the large ring appears when you right click although that is all it does, i.e. although it appears it does not hinder your work. Please bare in mind that at the time of writing I am still working with a Preview build although I don't expect this to change when Windows 10 is officially released, and I'm on the Home version of Win10. The great thing with this is that there is no messing around with the registry.

    Tracey
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  2.    26 Jul 2015 #2
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    Please mark the thread as solved! And thanks for the info as this could be extremely useful! Cheers!
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  3.    26 Jul 2015 #3
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    How do I mark the thread as solved? The only options I see are "Reply to Thread" and "Mark Unsolved"

    Tracey
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  4.    26 Jul 2015 #4
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    I don't have depression.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TraceyW View Post
    How do I mark the thread as solved? The only options I see are "Reply to Thread" and "Mark Unsolved"

    Tracey
    Already done
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