After originally launching back in February without pressure sensitivity support for Adobe Photoshop and other third party applications, Microsoft’s Surface Pro stylus has now received an update to remedy the situation.
The missing pressure sensitivity support for Adobe Photoshop and other apps disappointed many Surface Pro owners and Microsoft promised to work with Wacom, the create of the Surface Pro Stylus, to correct the issue.
The new driver for Miccrosoft’s Surface Pro stylus includes WinTab API support for desktop applications like Photoshop, Illustrator, Corel Painter, and Zbrush.
To download the latest Microsoft Surface Pro stylus drivers to add pressure sensitivity to your device, jump over to the Wacom website. Setting your operating system to Windows 8 and click the top Tablet driver in the list.