Microsoft plans to release the Swift Keyboard for Windows 10 by the end of this year. The software giant has already released the public beta version of the keyboard for testing Windows testers to find out and fix the issue before releasing the final release.
The Windows Swift version, like the iOS and Android versions, is capable of automatically predicting and correcting posts, and in Windows Tablet Mode, Windows appears as an ultra-functional Touch Keyboard.
But along with Swift, Microsoft has announced changes to the Windows 10 Game Bar. Thanks to the new settings, you can now capture CPU, GPU, and RAM in-game while playing the frame rate. You can also adjust the sound of the games and adjust the sound of the connected external devices through the game.
Along with this, there’s a new option for adjusting the size of the posts in Windows so you can get the fonts smarter than ever. And finally, the blocking support for video playback is also a new feature that has been added to the latest version of Redsn0w 5 for the Microsoft Browser.