Microsoft has updated the Edge browser by adding a small but useful feature. It is now possible to enable or disable the Draw with touch feature in the browser's built-in Web Capture tool.
Microsoft recently added a new feature to Edge Canary called Web Capture. It can be used to download and share part of a web page or to take a full screen shot.
The feature is available from the browser's main menu. Allows you to select an area of the currently open webpage. Once selected, the section appears in a preview dialog box and can be shared, copied to the clipboard, or saved to disk. The user can also add the Web Capture button to the Edge toolbar.
From Canary build 89.0.752.0, the Web Capture tool lets you turn painting on or off with your finger.
Vyankatesh Gadekar (Senior PM at Microsoft Edge) he explains the function of the new button:
With the new option "Draw with touch" you can activate / deactivate finger painting. Easy to use for users who want to paint with pen, scroll and touch.