First time poster here. I discovered something very cool recently: my old Wacom Graphire 2 tablet works in Windows 10! That's awesome. However, I notice that a few things are bit wonky. I imagine this is just down to the age of the tablet, but I would like to know what you all think:-) So, things seem to work OK, if not completely. The driver recognizes my pressure sensitive actions, and tells me so in the configuration program; but such is not recognized in the Windows 10 ink apps like the sketchpad or Fresh Paint available from the App Store. Also, I'm sad to say that some ink apps just don't work with the tablet and pen; such the sticky notes portion of the ink workspace or this free sudoku app which advertises inking to input numbers.
Again, I perfectly understand if this is down to the age of the tablet and its obsolescence, as it most likely is from early 2000's? Honestly, I'm pleasantly surprised that it works as well as it does for a modern operating system.
If such is the case, if the tablet just will not work completely like it's supposed to with Windows 10, can you all suggest a tablet to get at a similar price point and functionality to this one? Thank you all! I hope you all have a wonderful day. Make sure you are using the latest driver for it.
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Hopefully the driver for it has been updated recently enough to have an option to use Windows Ink. In the settings, there should be a checkbox to 'Use Windows Ink', and it would need to be checked if you are using apps dependent on it. Otherwise, you could use apps that are not dependent on Windows Ink. I know Photoshop doesn't need it, and is better off without Windows Ink actually. If you want to just get an equivalent new tablet, the ones you would be looking at are the Art, Comic, Photo, and Draw Intuos models. Pretty much the only distinction between them is the software bundled with them, and that the Intuos Draw omits the finger touch sensitivity and is slightly cheaper.