The tech Microsoft introduces new features and updates on a regular basis, and this will help the company to protect its user from unwanted incidents and provide the latest technology. Well, now the company has introduced a new Phonetic Indic Keyboards in the May 2019 update of the Windows 10 operating system and this will allow users to type and communicate in their own language.
Phonetic Indic Keyboards
It makes its way to the systems which are backed by the Windows 10, and the keyboard will be available in Hindi, Bangla, Tamil, Marathi, Punjabi, Gujarati, Odia, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam. This will help users to work as well as communicate with their near and dear ones in their local language, and the best part is a user does not need to purchase a customized or third-party hardware for this because now we can able to to use the in-built keyboard setup, it will definitely give a big smile to those people who love to write in their mother tongue.
Now you may think about how this will be possible, don’t scratch your head here’s the method. The company uses a technology which will allow users to translate text and it will convert text from one language to another.
How to get the keyboard
You will get the latest keyboard automatically with the latest May 2019 update of the operating system. You can check for the latest update by heading to Settings > Updates & Security > Windows Update. Once the update is installed, you can enable the new Phonetic keyboards by going to Language settings.
Other features of the update
Microsoft started to roll out the May 2019 update from May 21 and it is rolling out in a phased manner, the update will also bring speed improvements, a light desktop theme, Windows Sandbox for professional users, tweaked start menu, it will also get the ability to uninstall even more built-in applications, less password login and more.