The software giant unveiled its new “One Touch” technology at the Build conference in Las Vegas this week, allowing Windows 10 to take control of the screen.
The new technology allows Windows 10 users to tap and drag on the screen, rather than having to use a traditional mouse, keyboard or touch pad.
“This is a big step forward in our efforts to bring Windows 10 in a more immersive, natural, and user-friendly way,” Microsoft said in a blog post.
“We’re really excited about this new feature and look forward to making it available to all Windows 10 devices in the coming weeks.”
Windows 10 is a new operating system, which has not been officially released.