A:AnswerUpgrades to Windows 10 Pro handled through Windows software. Go to Windows Settings, navigate to System, About, and in the Windows Specifications section, click the first selection "Change product key or upgrade your version of Windows." You can then upgrade from Home to Pro, and process handled digitally, so have a credit card to purchase your upgrade. Costs about $100, at least it did when I upgraded.
A:AnswerIt is very responsive (I have one) but I'm unable to confirm the resolution. On my laptop he screen resolution is 1920x1080 and it appears to be able to address each dot. I assume that might be partially a windows inking function.