Windows 10, like Android and iPhone, offers text predictions. Microsoft calls this "text suggestions". It is part of the Windows 10 keyboard, but you can also enable it for hardware keyboards. Suggestions are displayed as you type over the text.
This setting is available in the Windows 1
Click the Devices icon in the Settings window.
in the sidebar. Scroll to the "Hardware Keyboard" section and check the "Show text suggestions as you type" option.
. In the app settings, it should be noted that "text suggestions for the hardware keyboard are not available in some languages." Microsoft does not have an official list of supported languages, but we tested it with "English (United States)". If you require a different language, this feature may not work.
If Windows 10 is to automatically correct typos while you are typing with your hardware keyboard, you can also enable the "Auto-correct misspelled words I insert" option.
If you frequently enter in multiple languages, you must enable the option "Show text suggestions based on the recognized languages you enter" in "Multilingual Text Proposals." "Windows 10 tries to automatically detect the language you're typing in, and offers text suggestions based on that language.
As you type on your physical keyboard, a floating pop-up with text suggestions will be displayed, which works in most Applications, including Office applications such as Microsoft Word, for web browsers like Google Chrome, even work in Notepad.
There are two ways to select a suggestion: You can tap the up arrow key to focus the suggestion bar, and the left one and right-arrow key select a suggestion and then press Enter or Space bar or click on a suggestion with the mouse cursor.
This Function was added in the well-known Windows 10 update from April 2018. This is done by Controlled the DWORD value "EnableHwkbTextPrediction" under HKEY_CURRENT_USER Software Microsoft Input Settings in the Windows registry. If the value is set to 1, predictions are enabled. If set to 0, they are disabled.