Originally Posted by mgmueller
I don't have a stylus at hand.
I don't find any settings re. "palm rejection".
Basically, the settings are the same as we've seen in Windows 7.
I guess, the handwriting recognition should be as excellent as in former Windows versions.
Personally, I'd only use a stylus for the small icons and such on the desktop.
Maybe I simply increase all of them by 150%. It can be done individually:
You can change the text size for title bars, menus, message boxes, palette titles, icons and tooltips separately.
What I really like: So far, all apps behave absolutely consistently.
The menus all act the same.
Well, I don't really care about handwriting recognition. I just would like to use a tablet as a digital notepad. And regular capacitive pens are no good for that, while devices with digitzers (like the Irexes, the Samsung notes, etc.) are.