A feature that might make or break a laptop purchase is the ability to use an active pen on the touch display. Not all laptops and their associated pens are equal, so we rounded up the best of them right here.
The Windows Ink Workspace brings improvements to digital writing on PC, but if it's an experience you do not want to use in Windows 10, this guide will walk you through the steps to disable the feature using the Local Group Policy Editor or modifying the registry.
Windows 10 Anniversary Update introduces Windows Ink with three big features, including a new version of Sticky Notes with Cortana integration, Sketchpad, and Screen Sketch, and here we give you a tour of the new features.
One of the new features on the Windows 10 Anniversary Update is Windows Ink, which lets users with an active pen access core features such as writing sticky notes, doodling in a sketchpad, or annotating screenshots with Screen Sketch. The workspace also makes it easier for users to find apps that support the use of an active pen. We'll show you how.
Microsoft have shipped a wealth of improvements to digital inking for Windows with the Anniversary Update. We've collected the new settings from this summer's update into a handy post for your viewing pleasure!
Part of Windows Ink from the Windows 10 Anniversary Update is Sticky Notes. It lets you add quick notes to your screen just like you would with Post-it notes. While Sticky Notes is great for remembering common tasks, it can go a step further. For example, it can add a reminder to your calendar if it recognizes a time or date in the note. Watch our how-to video to see it in action.
Windows Ink is one of the new features added in build 14328 for Windows 10 Insiders. It's a set of pen-driven experiences that helps you quickly write notes, sketch, or annotate screenshots. If you want to see how it works before you try, we've got it all on video. Make sure to hit that Play button!
Windows 10 Insider Build 14328 is rolling out to the Fast Ring, bringing with it an early version of Windows Ink! Here's everything you need to know about Microsoft's new digital inking platform, which will become available to the public this summer with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
During Build 2016, Microsoft introduced Windows Ink, a new way to bring the focus back to the pen, putting it front and center. Windows Ink will be made available with the Anniversary Update to Windows 10 that will be coming this summer.