Using a Wacom tablet with Windows 10
I recently (begrudgingly) made the move to Windows 10.
While some of the most serious problems with the operating system have been fixed since its' launch, there are still a few lingering issues that make the day to day life of a professional... somewhat frustrating...
Amongst them is that Microsoft still have not managed to make the operating system compatible with Wacom tablets - at least not in a way that could be considered even remotely user friendly. I'll spare you the rant.
If you've run into this issue, the guide below is both helpful, and amusing. I was well versed at bashing user friendliness into Windows 7, now I guess this old dog needs to learn some new tricks...