How Microsoft embraced 'messy' creativity with Windows Ink – Engadget


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How Microsoft embraced 'messy' creativity with Windows Ink
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Windows Ink isn't Microsoft's first stab at bringing stylus support to PCs — that would be Windows XP Tablet Edition — but it is the company's most successful. It made stylus support a core part of Windows 10, and it's a big reason you're seeing so
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