I don't think this is possible, but I will ask.
I have an ELAN 0504 touchpad on an Aspire V5 with Windows 10 and the Windows 10 drivers. I want the touchpad to work like a Macbook: Two finger touch for right click everywhere. As it is, the lower third seems permanently set to be a left and right click. With a Synaptics, you can disable that area and allow it to operate as a double-click zone. The ELAN drivers don't seem to have that option.
Alternatively, I'd like both of the bottom parts to act as left click. It seems like with the 2013 Acer drivers you can customize the virtual "buttons" at the bottom, but not set two-finger right click. With the Windows 10 drivers, you can set two-finger right click, but can't change the virtual left and right buttons at the bottom. In my perfect world, those buttons go away and just become part of the pad where I can do two-finger right click.
Looks like this is not an option. Nothing I can find in the registry, either.
This is a V5-571P is that matters.