Virtual Trackpad Feature To Be Added On Windows 10

Microsoft has unveiled its Creators Update for Windows 10, along with several new features which were expected to be arriving in March. While Microsoft has not yet provided every detail about the single feature, selecting to hide some in a video, it appears that the company is still planning some surprises. In the latest test version of Windows 10 (build 14965), the company has released Windows Insider, and Microsoft has added a virtual Trackpad for its operating system.
 
 
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Microsoft has described the feature as a way to control external monitors, with tablets, without the use of the mouse. It has been designed to stay in the taskbar, if selected, and it will provide a virtual trackpad on the screen which can be used so as to control the mouse with the option of right or left click. You will now be able to enable touchpad icon in the notification area, and you will also be able to tweak the trackpad gesture in the main Windows 10 Settings panel.
 
It is quite an interesting addition which would be gladly welcomed by Windows 10 tablets users who are not using a keyboard or a trackpad, or those who connect tablets up to second display regularly.
 
In addition to the virtual trackpad, Microsoft has also tweaked its Sticky Notes app for Windows 10. Now, it supports more languages and regions, along with the added ability to recognize emails, URLs, phone numbers, addresses, and stocks in several countries. The company has also improved its Windows Ink feature, with quick access to pen settings, options to shrink as well as expand the protractor with a mouse along with the improved performance of the Sketchpad app when several digital inks are being used. The Windows 10 testers will now be able to easily experiment with several new changes, as they roll out globally to testers in the fast ring.