Windows 10 May Update Brings Phonetic Indic Keyboards

Microsoft Was Started Rolling Out This Update On May 21.

Windows 10 has launched Phonetic Indic Keyboards for 10 Indian languages as part of its May 2019 Update. This update will be accessible to everyone.

The latest updated on phonetic keyboards are now available in Hindi, Bangla, Tamil, Marathi, Punjabi, Gujarati, Odia, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam.

Moreover, with the latest keyboards, users can work easily with their preferred languages as well as they don't need to purchase customized Indic hardware keyboards or stickers.

Besides that, the new tools would not only help in making computing inclusive as well as; they also improve your typing speed and accuracy in Indian languages.

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Moreover, the software giant Microsoft also moves forward in its aim to integrate virtual keyboards as part of its Windows operating system.

The updated Phonetic Indic Keyboards have automatically been made available with the recent Windows 10.

The users who have not updated their operating system may get the latest update by going to Settings > Updates & Security > Windows 10 Update. Once the update is installed, the users can activate the Phonetic Indic keyboards by going to Language settings.

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