Windows 7, Magic mouse, two finger swipe action

I'm using the 27" iMac.
Does the newer bootcamp supports two finger swipe action on the magic mouse on Windows 7?
Also, the scrolling action works but I can't seem to control the speed of the scrolling.
Are these normal at this point?

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