Question about Computers & Internet
Ha, it's because your wrist or thumb is touching the mousepad occasionally - some are more sensitive than others.
Try turning the mousepad off while typing, sometimes there is a button at the mousepad area, others it's an Alt-Function key. Look for a symbol on the F-keys that look like a finger touching a square or mousepad. This, and the Alt key combination will shut it off and then back on again when you select them.
An external or USB keyboard and mouse works great for me.
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