By Felix Omondi
Coming from other iOS and Android devices where you are literally spoilt for choice regarding the on-screen keyboard, the Windows 10 OS on touchscreen sure seems limiting. Windows 10 comes with a ‘just’ decent keyboard; you can type your work and enjoy the touchpad.
But the experience is far from satisfactory, especially if you are used to swiping on touchscreen device to type. Having to tap one button at a time is so tasking, and that probably why no one really enjoys typing on Windows 10 devices using the on-screen keyboard. More often than not, users have a physical keyboard around for typing.
Ironically, Microsoft has one of the best on-screen keyboards on their Windows Phone. So why they let the Windows 10 PC on-screen keyboard to be such a pain makes no sense. However, that could soon change, if we were to go by the words of experts who dissected the Windows 10 internal build 16212, which was accidentally released.
The experts who tore the Windows 10 internal build apart say they stumbled onto signs that Microsoft is working on bringing its popular Windows Phone WordFlow keyboard Click here to read entire article