Microsoft today released a new Windows Insider build which includes the preview of Windows Ink features that will be coming as part of Windows 10 Anniversary update. The new build features their brand new Windows Ink Workspace which ties together all Windows Ink experiences, it is like the Start menu for ink. Microsoft has published a blog post talking about the new features that are part of Windows Ink. Watch the demo video above.
The biggest feature added in this update is the Windows Ink Workspace that brings together all the ink-powered features and apps on your PC in one curated and easy-to-access UX canvas.
It’s amazingly simple to launch – just press the Windows Ink Workspace button in the system tray or click the back of your pen on a new PC and all your pen-enabled experiences will be right there! Built-in experiences like sketchpad, screen sketch and Sticky Notes as well as your favorite pen apps are all available right at your pen tip, always accessible in one place whenever you need them. Better yet, you can even access the ink workspace above lock if you like. Note, if you don’t have a device with an active pen but want to try out Windows Ink Workspace, you can right-click on the taskbar and choose “Show Windows Ink Workspace button”. You can also enable finger-inking if you don’t have a pen yet!
Read about it in detail here.