Chromebooks have the best user-friendly Operating System. They run a powerful and friendly operating system in the form of Google's ChromeOS. They're lightweight and easy to use, and while being more affordable than most Windows or Mac laptops, they're a good fit for students and professionals.
In addition to these advantages, the beauty of the Chromebook certainly lies in its high-resolution touchscreen display, which supports gesture controls like two-finger zoom and swipe. However, for most users, especially developers, touch input is not the most convenient option compared to a traditional keyboard and mouse.
How to Disable Chromebook Touch Screen?
Step 1: First Wake your Chromebook
Step 2: Open the Chrome on your Chrome Book
Step 3: After Open Chrome than click the Address bar and Type the Below Text
Step 4: Now you see the Highlighted Option and It Says "debugging keyboard shortcuts"
Step 5: Once located, click on the little drop-down next to it, choose Enable and restart your device to apply the changes.
Step 6: Now, you can press the Search+Shift+T shortcut to disable the touchscreen.
Additionally, enabling this flag allows you to disable the touchpad using the Search+Shift+P, and that’s pretty much everything there is to know about it.