Windows 10 Mail App Allows ‘Handwritten’ Emails
– a press release
“This update from Microsoft is the latest attempt to redefine what users expect in terms of usability and user input.”
For Immediate Release – June 26, 2018
Muncie, Ind. – Microsoft has updated the Windows 10 Mail app to be more hands-on, meaning that touch-enabled devices may soon be able to compose email messages and other communications by using Microsoft’s handwriting-to-text features. This functionality was first highlighted in Windows Ink and is centered around pen computing and nontraditional user input methods, such as a keyboard and mouse.
Windows Insiders can now test the latest Mail app update. This functional update includes a redesign for touch-enabled devices that includes a new draw tab in the ribbon interface when writing messages, meaning that you can now compose an entire email with the tip of your finger or a stylus. This update from Microsoft is the latest attempt to redefine what users expect in terms of usability and user input.
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