Demonstrated as a design concept, laptops replacing the keyboard with a second touch screen will be officially supported in the Windows 10 operating system, Microsoft bringing more optimizations, including the SwiftKey keyboard with text input support on the touch interface.
Predictive typing, simply sliding your fingers over the letters on the virtual keyboard of Android and iOS devices, will also be available for Windows 10, leaving Microsoft the old form of virtual keyboard for the more powerful SwiftKey
For the beginning, the swipe-typing functionality will be available in English, US, UK, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Russian
The SwiftKey keyboard pickup announcement in Windows 10 appears in the context of some interesting rumors about launching new Surface tablets later this year. Along with a new low-cost model, Microsoft seems to be launching a two-screen Surface tablet. Known just as the Andromeda code, the product would join the new portable two-screen notebooks already revealed at Computex 2018.
Those who want to experiment with the Windows 10 version of the SwiftKey keyboard just need to install the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview build