Microsoft today released the first technical preview of the Windows 10 developer tooling to Windows Insiders. Microsoft also for the first time revealed the new DirectInk platform that developers can use in the app to capture pen & ink input, and get details on handwriting recognition. Windows 10 devices will come in many shapes and sizes, many will allow you to draw directly on the screen, and Windows 10 includes a new drawing control and low-latency hardware support for a great experience when adding handwritten content to a page. Microsoft also confirmed that pen and inking will be supported on Windows 10 for phones. Also, it supports features like pressure sensitive, palm recognition and more. With just few line of code, developers can add pen support to their apps. Watch a brief demo of it below.