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Im looking to pick up a controller but im wondering ive used the X1 controller on PC no issues but I have a chance of picking up a DS4 real cheap and I wanted to know if anyone has used the DS4 on PC. DS4windows does not state weather the drivers work on windows 10 or not
 

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Im looking to pick up a controller but im wondering ive used the X1 controller on PC no issues but I have a chance of picking up a DS4 real cheap and I wanted to know if anyone has used the DS4 on PC. DS4windows does not state weather the drivers work on windows 10 or not
I'm using it as we speak. Works great for me under Windows 10. Install the driver, plug in the control pad and leave the software open. Job done.
 

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Im looking to pick up a controller but im wondering ive used the X1 controller on PC no issues but I have a chance of picking up a DS4 real cheap and I wanted to know if anyone has used the DS4 on PC. DS4windows does not state weather the drivers work on windows 10 or not
It works, but the Xbox controller integration is much better.
 

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I have only had my DS4 for about a month, but I haven't had any problems with it so far. DS4Windows (the Jays2Kings version) works fine on Windows 10; there was an issue, but Threshold 2 fixed it.

One thing I like about it is that due to the touchscreen, you have some extra buttons to use. I bind Back (select) and Start to left touch and right touch, which leaves the Share and Options buttons open for more functions such as F5/F9 (quicksave/quickload). This is also useful for older games that use keys like Enter and Esc in the interface.
 
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