Windows 10: a way to disabl swiping from the screen edges for apps
a way to disabl swiping from the screen edges for apps
I was wondering if anyone knew how to disable swiping from the edges for apps.
The reason I ask is when I'm playing with my very young nieces and nephews on my Surface Pro 2 and Surface Pro 4 machines, I sometimes put them on a game or a paint program. But I have to constantly monitor because they're always accidentally swiping from the edge which does various things like putting them on the desktop or switching to a different program or dragging the app around the screen.
I tried stuff like hiding the taskbar. But I can't find a way to disable swiping.
Running Win 10 on an HP Laptop.
(don't ask what system or internal bits it has - not a tech-head, me...)
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