How to Setup Multilingual Text Prediction on Windows 10?
On Windows 10, if you are using more than one Latin script language, then you no longer have to switch manually between languages to get assistance as you type with a touch keyboard. Now, with the Windows 10 April 2018 Update, 1803 version, you can continue typing, and Windows 10 will also assist you showing predictions for up to three different languages including the English, German, French. You just need to type in easily switch and type in multiple languages which follow the Latin alphabet.
However, you don’t have to switch the languages manually every time in the language settings option you decide to change over to another language. Now, Windows 10 has started the multilingual text prediction for both software, i.e., Keyboards and hardware keyboards. It can help you in the guess that text prediction not only saves time while typing but it can also help you to select the right spellings. The multilingual text prediction takes this further when you work in multiple Latin Script languages.
Here you will learn some simple steps to enable Windows 10 to show text predictions while you are using multiple languages with the touch keyboard. The steps are discussed below.
Steps to Setup Multilingual Text Prediction on Windows 10
If you want to use more than one Latin Script Language, then you have to enable your multilingual text prediction manually by navigating to the language settings option. But before continuing, we will suggest you that always follow the steps in a proper series to avoid trouble, and this will also take less time. Here how to do it:
1. Launch the ‘Settings’ tab.
2. Then, click on ‘Devices’ icon.
3. Next, click on the ‘Typing’ option located in the left column of the screen.
4. Drop-down the menu and search the Multilingual text prediction option.
5. Now, change the ‘Show text predictions based on the recognized languages you’re typing in’ settings to ‘On’ position.
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