Over the years, Microsoft has tried to make it’s operating system more appealing to users on all sorts of devices, whether it be computers, tablets or smartphones.
To help make this transition from screen to screen easier, Microsoft has for some time been pushing it’s users to adopt it’s touchscreen experience more and more.
Just like any other touchscreen device, a significant part of the experience comes from the stylus, which is the go to tool for artists and designers who like to sketch on their smart devices.
To help support this experience, Microsoft has included an entire Windows Ink Workspace in Windows 10, which is focused solely on the Stylus aspect.
To get to know this feature better, follow these steps:
With these simple tips, you will be able to use, modify and disable Windows Ink Workspace in Windows 10. Have fun.