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HomeLatest NewsGeneral Microsoft NewsMicrosoft introduces Tamil 99 keyboard on Windows 10 to further simplify computing.. Microsoft has announced Tamil 99 keyboard on Windows 10 to bolster up its computing reach in Indian markets. Tamil is one of the popular languages in India and spoken over more than 70 million people. Not only just in India, this will simplify computing in Sri Lanka where Tamil is the mother language. All Windows 10 users running the latest Windows 10 April update can download the language pack.
“Microsoft is focused on empowering everyone by breaking down all language related barriers in technology. It has always been our endeavor to provide users computing in local languages and enable them to be more productive. We are committed to supporting the national standards for Indian language technologies including the InScript keyboard layouts and adding the Tamil 99 keyboard is another significant step to making computing more accessible to a large number of users.” – Meetul Patel, COO, Microsoft India.
To download the language pack head over to Windows Settings>Time & Language> Region & Language> Add a Language. Add the Tamil language to the PC. After following the steps all you need to do is Select desired keyboard from the options available. Tamil Nadu, August 06, 2018- As part of its efforts to make technology accessible and productive for all, Microsoft has announced the addition of Tamil 99 – the popular Tamil language virtual keyboard – to Windows 10 PCs as part of the latest Windows update made available in April 2018.
The new feature works with both hardware as well as touch keyboards providing another convenient option for Tamil text input.
While the Tamil keyboard based on InScript standard has been available on various Windows since 2010, the Tamil 99 keyboard adds to the number of choices available to Windows 10 users.
Standardized and approved by the Tamil Nadu government in 1999, the Tamil 99 keyboard layout was created to help Tamil users type in a faster and simpler manner.
It is now available on Windows 10 to users of both Tamil (India) and Tamil (Sri Lanka) languages, thereby assisting the wide base of Tamil users in India and other countries such as Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa and Mauritius.