Windows 10 now offers better auto-fix and predictability while typing using Microsoft SwiftKey technology – Here’s how to manage this feature.

On Windows 10, starting with version 1809, Microsoft introduced the intelligent SwiftKey feature, a technology for learning your typing method to provide automatic error correction and more accurate prediction.

This writing technology has been available only for OS and Android for quite some time but is now available in windows 10using the touch keyboard.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to enable or disable SwiftKey for each language installed on your device to improve typing accuracy on Windows 10 version 1809.

How to enable SwiftKey suggestions and autocorrect features

If you want to improve the accuracy of text suggestions and auto-correct as you type on Windows 10, you can enable or disable SwiftKey with these steps.

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click Devices.
  3. Click Typing.
  4. Under “More keyboard settings”, click on the Suggestions and autocorrections link.

  5. Turn on or off the toggle switch for the languages you have installed on your computer.

Once you’ve completed the steps, Windows 10 will offer suggestions and auto-repair depending on your selected settings.

At the time of writing, SwiftKey is available when written in English (US), English (UK), French (French), German (Germany), Italian (Italy), Spanish (Spain), and Portuguese. (Brazil) or Russian and will continue to update.

At the same time, Microsoft continues to improve Windows’s mixed reality feature, allowing you to output audio in parallel on both headsets and external speakers. This promises to bring a better experience for both users and around viewers.

If you don’t see these settings, it’s because you’re not running the latest version of Windows 10. SwiftKey is an available technology starting with version 1809 (Redstone 5), expected to arrive in October 2018.