On the 4th August 2017 an update to Sketchbook for Windows 10 was released.
In this update they have now provided the much anticipated Copic markers.
This is a much requested addition to the Windows 10 version, as they are already included in the Windows Desktop and mobile (pro) versions.
Copic markers are used throughout the design and illustration world, so to have a digital version is amazing.
Once you have updated to the new version (16.0). Go to the palette menu on the top right and click/tap.
This will show the usual palettes, (Layer Editor, Color Editor etc.) you will also see the new Copic palette. Tap to open.
The new Copic Color palette will open. This shows each marker with colour code (like the real marker).
To cycle through different colors use the rainbow picker at the top. When you tap on a marker, it will show the marker and marker code, the name of the color and complementary color codes for that particular color.
Also in this update the option for Cut, Copy and Paste have been added. To get to these you will need the Layer Editor open. In the top right of this palette, tap the menu (burger). This will display the layer options with the additional Cut, Copy and Paste.
For more details about this update check out Sketchbook Copic Update.
The update is available from the Windows Store.