On 14th August 2015, Microsoft has released its 3rd Cumulative Update for the latest operating system Windows 10 in just two weeks. We are still digging out after installing the latest update and finding the various sorts of new things. With some of bug fixes, the international company Microsoft is steadily building various new features and the customization options into the latest operating system version.
After installing the latest update and I recommend that you do, you may have noticed the brand new icon show up out of the thin air in Windows 10 System Tray. A completely new ‘keyboard’ icon is now displayed on the screen.
It is obvious, this new icon is made to offer the onscreen keyboarding options for those users with touch screens, but there are also a whole slew of the customization options behind it that includes adding the new keyboard layout which I talked about yesterday.
Learn how to Improve Windows 10’s Onscreen Keyboard for the Desktop Apps
Few new settings can be found by going through All Settings > Devices > Typing and includes the new options for…
- Add a space after I choose a test suggestion
- Show text suggestions as I type
- Play key sounds as I type
- Capitalize the first letter of each sentence
- Use all uppercase letters when I double-tap Shift
- Add the standard keyboard layout as a touch keyboard option
- Add a period after I double-tap the Spacebar
- Automatically show the touch keyboard in windowed apps when there’s no keyboard attached to your device
We will be digging further into the settings in the additional Supersite, but if you want to give you an alert to their existence, you can start playing by your own.