Microsoft is bringing its SwiftKey keyboard to Windows 10


Microsoft is planning to carry its SwiftKey keyboard to Windows 10 later this yr. The software program big has began testing SwiftKey in its public beta program for Windows 10 testers. The keyboard contains autocorrections and predictions similar to on iOS and Android, and it’ll energy the contact keyboard when Windows 10 gadgets are utilized in pill mode.

The newest Windows 10 preview, codenamed Redstone 5, contains entry to SwiftKey in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Brazilian, and Russian. Microsoft acquired SwiftKey again in 2016, and points its first main replace to the iOS and Android variations earlier this yr. Alongside SwiftKey, Microsoft is additionally testing out new adjustments to its Windows 10 Sport Bar. A brand new choice enables you to see a recreation’s framerate, CPU utilization, GPU VRAM utilization, and system RAM utilization. You can even modify audio output gadgets from the Sport Bar, or modify the quantity of video games.

Microsoft is additionally tweaking the flexibility to make textual content in Windows apps lots greater. A brand new settings slider will modify textual content dimension throughout Windows, desktop apps, and Common Windows Apps. For those who’re a fan of the narrator choice in Windows 10, Microsoft is additionally bettering this with plenty of adjustments designed to make it extra helpful.

Lastly, Microsoft Edge is following Google’s Chrome lead by permitting customers to block autoplay movies. A brand new “permit websites to mechanically play media,” choice is now accessible, and Microsoft is taking suggestions on how finest to implement this in Windows 10.



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