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An unexpected update to Boot Camp in macOS sees Apple let users improve how their Mac trackpads work under Windows.
MacBook Pro does famously get named as the best option for a Windows laptop, but Apple's Boot Camp has consistently mimicked one of the PC operating system's failings. PCs have tended to have poorer trackpads, poor enough that Microsoft introduced a Windows feature called Precision Touchpad to improve it.
However, Microsoft first introduced Precision Touchpad to Windows in 2013 and Boot Camp did not provide access to that option — until now.
As Boot Camp looks to disappear under the move to Apple Silicon, it has nonetheless received a new update. Version 6.1.15 was released this week and its main update is to support Windows Precision Touchpad.
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