OK, this is starting to get annoying...
I installed Windows 7 last weekend on my new computer, after using WinXP for the past however many years, and all this "Tablet PC" crap is getting in my way!
Every time I click my Wacom pen, it does this annoying little circular progress bar around it when I click and hold, and every time I hold a key like SHIFT or CTRL it shows that on the screen next to the cursor.
Now, I've already done the following:
- Turned off all the Tablet PC and accessibility stuff in the Control Panel. Didn't make a difference.
- So next, I uninstalled the "Tablet PC Components" from the Add/Remove Windows Features area in Control Panel, and I thought this would get rid of it for good. Of course not, that would be too easy.
- I went into the Services settings and manually set the "Tablet PC Input Service" to "Disabled" and "Never start". This appeared to fix the issue at the time, all the silly click-action stuff went away and I was happy. BUT IT HAS RETURNED.
I've checked the Services settings again to make sure it hadn't come back, and no, it's still turned off! So where the hell is this stuff coming from and how can I disable it forever?!