Boot Camp has just introduced support for Microsoft's "precision touchpad" driver, allowing for superior trackpad performance on Macs when Windows is booted natively. It would be incredible if this could also be possible in a Parallels Windows virtual machine. Scrolling and gestures are fine in Parallels now, but touchpad performance is still far inferior to that which uses the precision touchpad driver. With the way it is now, there is still no continuous scrolling support for File Explorer, something that is standard with virtually every other Windows touchpad being sold. In several other applications, scrolling can only be done by line (whether one at a time or multiple, configurable by the user). The lack of continuous scrolling makes the whole experience feel clunky and old. Is there any way to implement the use of the precision touchpad driver or something like it for a seamless trackpad experience?