Microsoft is making a big push on digital writing with Windows Ink on the Anniversary Update; here’s all of the new customization options for the experience.
On the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, Microsoft is bringing a lot of new features and changes. One of the areas the company is focusing with the new major update is on pen support for touch-enabled devices, such as the Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book.
Microsoft is expanding its pen support through the new Windows Ink experience, which is just a fancy name the company now uses to refer to the existing pen support, but with new improvements. The new experience let you use your active pen more efficiently throughout the operating system, and to access three new features, including the redesigned Sticky notes, Sketchpad, and Screen Sketch that let you quickly annotate screenshots.