Microsoft Edge has "Touch events" support built-in, but unbelievably it is turned off by default.
To enable "Touch events" in Microsoft Edge, just follow these steps ...
1) Launch Microsoft edge.
2) Go to some site (any site), then type the following line in the address bar: about:flags
3) Press enter.
4) The page will load and will display some options ...
Scroll down to Experimental features, find "Enable touch events" and select "Always ON" (or "Only When a touch screen is detected" if you prefer).
5) Restart your browser.
Web pages should now be responding to touch!
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