Microsoft is making changes to Windows Ink in Windows 11 that allow you to write anywhere you can type. This includes search boxes and other areas where you would normally input text. The handwriting-to-text conversion is now functional in these areas after being previewed for several months.
Microsoft has started rolling out a preview of the KB5031455 non-security update for Windows 11 users. To get this update early, you can toggle the “Get the latest updates as soon as they’re available” setting in Windows Update.
The Windows Ink update also introduces gestures for edit fields. If you have a Surface device with a stylus or another Windows tablet that supports Windows Ink, you will be able to use this feature in search boxes and text edit fields in Windows 11. Currently, this feature is only available for US English, but support for other languages will be added soon.
In addition to these changes, Microsoft has improved the handwriting recognition technology, making it more accurate. The update also includes gestures for deleting, selecting, joining, and splitting words, as well as a gesture for splitting text into a new line.
Furthermore, this update addresses various bug fixes in Windows 11, including a memory leak resolution in ctfmon.exe and enhancements to the Dynamic Lighting feature.
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