When using surface Pro 3 o'clock, users will accidentally touch the Windows button with their palms. For us, the placement of this button is not a huge problem, but presumably some users want to know how to disable this button. However, it seems that it is not difficult to disable/enable Windows buttons.
The following are ways to disable Windows buttons:
1. Open Windows Device Manager. The easiest way to do this is to open the sidebar and search for Device Manager.
2. Select system Settings.
3. Click the "Surface Home" button.
4. Select the "Driver" tab in the "Surface Home Performance" dialog box.
5. Click Disable.
After that, the touch feedback is still turned on, but the Windows button will be disabled. If you want to enable keystrokes, follow these steps and select Enable.