Here’s a reason to like Windows 10 Anniversary Edition.
Windows has always been at the forefront of making human–computing interaction more natural, and with the digital pen in mind, we have delivered
Read more at https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2016/04/22/a-closer-look-at-windows-ink/#el08RZ33QYKuLk2v.99
Source: A closer look at Windows Ink
Watch this video as Brian Roper explains why you want to upgrade to Windows 10 NOW. And if you’re holding off, remember that it’s only free until July 29th.
Published on May 5, 2016
Windows 10 is the best version of Windows yet, and is now running on 300 million active devices. Watch Bryan Roper from the Windows team run through the 10 top reasons to upgrade to Windows 10 – before the free upgrade offer ends on July 29th.
This is a Windows 10 thing, not a Surface thing I know, but if you’ve got a Surface you watch the Battery Icon. It’s more fun with a Surface Book though.
This morning I glanced down at the notifications area to check on the status of the battery. The Battery icon was gone, and so too was the option to customize the hidden icons.
If this happens to you, you can click in the Notifications area ^ “Show Hidden Icons” and drag the Battery icon (or any of the others) back to the Notifications area.
In this video you can see me move the Battery Icon from the Notifications Area to the Hidden Icons area, them move it around in there. Then finally I move it back to the Notifications Area.
I use Sketchbook Pro 7 on all my Surface Pro devices, and now too, the Surface 3. Under Windows 10 I found that the pen tracked fine for all the user interface points (radial menu and Windows controls) but was offset in the drawing area.
Solution: Use the Windows Compatibility Tool.
Locate the program file. On my machine it was
C:\Program Files\Autodesk\SketchBook Pro 7
Right Click – click Troubleshoot Compatibility
The program opens but doesn’t display correctly
Test the program. You have to do this before you click Next.
Save the settings for this program