In Windows 8.1 it was possible to dock both the Touch keyboard and the OSK (accessibility options) in desktop mode. When docked these keyboards would force other applications to resize such that the keyboard did not hide other applications. This behavior allowed a user to type with the pen or a finger without hiding what they were typing. More usefully, to me at least, if the OSK was open another program could be clicked to full screen and it would expand to fill all of the space without attempting to overwrite the OSK.

Is there any way to bring back this behavior in Win 10? Now the "dock" option for the touch keyboard and OSK just put the keyboard at the bottom of the screen. They are still floating over any other application.