In fact, now you get more customizations in Windows than in.
An Apple Magic Trackpad / Magic Trackpad 2 connected to a PC (or to a Mac running Windows 8 / 10 via Boot Camp) supports only the cracked apps ios 7 no jailbreak basic features for 1 and 2 fingers, just enough to operate as 2-button mouse with a scroll wheel.
All you need to do is compare Apple's incredibly long and complex list of Mac trackpad gestures conveniently listed on this Apple support page and corroborated on my MacBook Airwith what Joe Belfiore showed off today during the TechEd Europe 2014 keynote address.ExtraMagic into a feature-complete, OS X-like Magic Trackpad driver for Windows.(On the Mac, this gesture will display App Exposé.).Show tabs in Safari (the Mac web browser).Here, you use your thumb and three fingers to pinch out to show the desktop.Which new trackpad gestures did he demonstrate exactly?
In short, Microsoft isn't really copying the Mac's trackpad gestures, and only one of the four new gestures in Windows 10 has a direct relationship with an OS X gesture.Control Panel for both Magic Trackpads, puts the drivers to, pC or, boot Camp, and, most importantly, enables 3-finger / 4-finger gestures in, windows 8 / 10, as following: * 3-finger dragging, 3-finger tap, cyberlink power dvd 2012 key 3-finger horizontal and vertical swipes.That said, I think Task View is closer to App Exposé than Mission Control.Instead, Microsoft is just late to the game with these gestures, but is providing simpler, more logical gestures than does Apple.And it doesn't take much to see that for yourself.Surprise: You swipe up with three fingers.To access the ALT TAB view (Windows Flip you swipe left or right with three fingers and scrub through the available apps.The Mac supports a way to virtually thumb through pages, as you would in a book, in apps like Safari (web) or Preview (documents).Again, not the same on the Mac: That gesture is used to exit App Exposé, and only works when you're using App Exposé.These, extraMagic gestures are highly configurable.