At this stage you can set the IsTouchEnabled
property of the TouchManager
instance on application level.
Setting it to False will destroy any existent TouchHandlers and unsubscribe from any MS TouchEvents internally. This will also prevent the further creation of such handlers until it is set back to True.
Setting it to True on a later stage will again turn on the creation of new elements, however, it will not restore any of the previously disposed ones.
Hope this helps.