A new version of Windows 10 has been released for beta testers, and for those that decide to download the latest version will find several customisation options for trackpad gestures on laptops.
This truly is a teaser for those that are unable to take advantage of these new features yet because we are sure Windows 10 laptops users will want to have a try of these new gestures.
While there are already plenty of gestures included within Windows 10 for laptop users and their touchpads, you will now have the ability to use multitasking view, which will rival the desktop, or toggling between apps rather than having to use the Alt+Tab.
You can see examples of this in the images above and below thanks to Microsoft. Once in the Advanced Gestures Configuration page you also have the option to use gestures in order to jump to the previous or next song in your playlist. You can even snap a window to the edge of the screen or create/delete virtual desktops. Ok, so we know you can already do all this with keyboard shortcuts, but being able to do this with the gesture of your finger on the trackpad does add another dimension to the user experience.