Just a quick question. I just set up my Windows 8.1 system with a touch sensitive display in a dual monitor configuration. The touch functions worked right out of the box however if I don't set the touch monitor to be the primary display, all my touch gestures get sent over to the non-touch monitor, kind of defeating the purpose.

Is there any way around this? I want Desktop programs to open on the non-touch interface and the Start Screen/New UI apps to open on the touch interface.

EDIT: Never mind. Got it. My setup's kind of unique but if you ever had to this, it's here: Touch and pen settings: FAQ - Microsoft Windows Help