Today I've tried Win10 and palm rejection again. I don't know why it didn't worked the first time I tried but now I've also got working palm rejection and functional touch input on my T902. But I can confirm that palm rejection behaves different in Windows 10. The palm rejection now only disables touch on one of the sides next to the pen tip. You can choose your writing hand in the Windows pen settings. This way touch will only be disabled for your writing hand and keeps working on the other side of the pen tip. If you are switching between writing hands or drawing at different angles from the natural position or rotating the device with disabled auto-rotation then you are screwed up. But it has the benefit that you don't have to lift the pen out of range for pressing buttons in software using your other hand. Though it doesn't provide the ability to use toolbars as modifiers for the pen like the popular art-docks. As soon as the pen tip gets pressed touch will be disabled completely. MS should provide an option in the settings for enabling full touch rejection again. To get palm rejection back on the T902: - Simply uninstall the automatic installed Wacom driver (currently v7.3.1-7) - Restart Windows. Palm rejection should be working again, also touch should behave correct now - To get the Wacom control panel back install the lastest working driver (v7.2.0-10). I've uploaded it in the past here. Maybe you have to install it in Windows 7/8 compatibillity mode, for me it worked without now. - Restart Windows - Maybe you have to prevent Windows 10 from automatically installing a new driver version and breaking everthing again following one of the tutorials in the web.