Microsoft Surface RT Review

The store needs to be beefed up, quickly

So you figured out that your Microsoft Surface RT tablet not that responsive compared to what you originally felt it should work like. Fret not though, here is a particularly neat trick that could help you out. Someone has more or less figured out a way of tweaking the Windows registry in order to increase the tablet’s touchscreen display by a noticeable amount. Of course, just like how everything in life has a price to pay, so too, does this tweak – you will most probably experience a marginal drop in battery life, but we say throw caution to the wind and give it a go, since the entire process can be reversed if things do not work as you expected.

One word of advice though – perform a back up of your current data before giving it a go, as that is common sense enough. Basically, in order for you to adjust the responsive level of a Windows RT tablet’s touchscreen, you will first need to access the system registry via the Regedit tool, search for the “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\TouchPredict ion” key before changing “latency” and “sample time” values from 8 to 2. Once done, reboot your Surface RT tablet and it should work a wee bit faster.

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