I have had problems with this model also, i have found out that that sensor underneath the pad is not so good. You may want to replace it, hopefully it's still under warranty. Quick fix- use a regular or wireless mouse.
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This can be accomplished a couple of ways. Depending on the model of your computer there may be a pressure sensitive switch under the mouse pad that pressing a little harder will actuate. Another method is there might be 'virtual' mouse buttons on your trackpad. Put one finger in the flower left corner and drag on the pad with another. Finally, there is a setting for a double click drag and drop. Tap the mouse pad twice and on the second tap keep your finger on the pad and move it. Good luck!
Icons are different then the tiles.
Tiles can just be dragged with the holding down of the "Left mouse" button.
Before you can do that with the Desktop Icons your create, you have to turn off "Auto-Arrange". Left Click on your Desktop, and under "View" un-check the option for "Auto arrange icons". You can move them around at will then.