Apple finally supports Windows Precision Touchpad gestures in new Boot Camp update
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Apple finally supports Windows Precision Touchpad gestures in new Boot Camp update

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Apple is finally adding support for Windows Precision Touchpad drivers in its latest Boot Camp update. The new 6.1.15 update includes support for Windows Precision Touchpad, including single tap to click, lower-right corner to right-click, down motion to scroll up, and three or four finger gestures.

Various Reddit users noticed the surprise update went live yesterday, and it apparently works better than third-party solutions like Trackpad++ and mac-precision-touchpad that people have had to use for years. “Works way better than both of them with better palm and thumb detection too,” says one Reddit user.

Microsoft started supporting Precision Touchpads more than seven years ago

Microsoft first started introducing Windows Precision…

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