Touch and Alternative Input Options
Touch is everywhere. There was a time, not long ago, when the idea of using touch as the sole method for interacting with a PC might have seemed outlandish. The popularity of smartphones and tablets, however, has proven not only that is touch here to stay, but also that we can do some pretty powerful things with it.
Using Windows 10 with Touch
In Chapter 3, I detailed the different touch and trackpad gestures available in Windows 10. There are a great many useful gestures here, including quickly being able to hide all your displayed apps and switch between them.
Windows 10 comes with accessibility ...