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Few days back Microsoft had released a new build 16212 accidentally for Windows 10 PCs and Windows 10 Mobile users enrolled in any windows insider ring. Microsoft has issued a statement saying that the build 16212 was an internal build and was not supposed to come out for insiders.

This build contained many new features that were discovered by users who were able to install it on their devices. One of them was a new virtual keyboard which is based on the Swifkey technology and will introduce the swipe support which is currently available on WordfLow keyboard on Windows Phone. This keyboard is also expected to support input via pen.

Today a new GIF of the WordFlow keyboard working in Windows 10 PCs has been posted by @tfwboredom on twitter. The GIF shows the WordFlow keyboard which looks exactly like the keyboard found on Windows 10 Mobile. This new keyboard is built by Microsoft’s WordFlow team but they are also using some part of SwiftKey’s technology which has its own keyboard app on Android and Microsoft acquired it last year.
You can visit our other features found in this accidentally released build.

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