Microsoft Making More Changes to Windows Ink Workspace in Windows 10 20H1
Windows 10 April 2020 Update, also known as 20H1, is slowly but surely becoming the update to wait for, especially as the release planned for the fall of 2019 is likely to land as a little more than a service pack.
In addition to lots of improvements and new features, it looks like Windows 10 20H1 could also introduce a series of other changes, as per a report from German site WindowsArea.
Specifically, Microsoft could discontinue Windows Ink Workspace in this update, as the company would transfer the remaining features to dedicated apps.
Microsoft has been doing this for a while, and living proof is Sticky Notes, which keeps improving with every new update. While Windows Ink Workspace offered an option to quickly take a note, directing users to Sticky Notes makes more sense, especially given the effort put in this app.
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