What Is New In Handwriting Experience In Windows 10

Earlier this week, Microsoft released the new Windows 10 update to Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring. This update posted via a blog has one of the biggest changes in the recent releases of Windows 10 operating system. The updates include a new UI for Start and Action Center, and improvements in several areas including Microsoft Edge, Cortana, handwriting experience with pen, keyboard, shell, my people, night light, settings, fonts, gaming, developers, ease to access and lot more.

In this Windows 10 update, user handwriting and pen experience have a lot to offer. The Windows team has introduced a new XAML-based handwriting panel that has more gestures, easier editing, emoji, and more.

New features related to handwriting experience and pen include the following.

Write as much as you want in the panel with the new conversion & overflow model!

Select text to edit it.

Make corrections within the handwriting panel by overwriting converted text.

Make corrections using ink gestures.

Easier access to emoji and symbols.

Reducing the chance of palm rejection.

Make handwriting panel floating by default.

Improved handwriting recognition for English (United States)

English mode for Simplified Chinese handwriting

Find my Pen feature allows you to find your pen.

Pen also now allows you to scroll and make selection.