Windows® 7 Handwriting Recognition
Valuable improvements are being made to handwriting recognition on the four East Asian languages that Windows supports. These languages are Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Korean and Japanese. Due to the large character set that Windows 7 languages have, handwriting is a skilled input method for most of the people.
There are two input modes for East Asian handwriting: freestyle mode or line mode and the second mode is character mode or box mode. In box mode, you are only allowed to add one character at a time into the fixed width box. In freestyle mode, you can write the characters by dragging on a line and do not have to pay attention to spacing. It depends on you that which mode you chose; box mode is a little more constrained but has text prediction and is more accurate, whereas line mode has very natural handwriting.
In addition to core accuracy across all these languages enhancements, we also use personalization to enhance the user experience. One method of personalization is to optimize that how you write using the Shape Collector. This Shape Collector Wizard lets you to teach handwriting recognition in your own handwriting style. You can use the Shape Collector in a “troubleshooting” mode to improve recognition of a specific character or word. You can also add a character or word that is not supported for the four East Asian Languages.
In Windows 7 box mode, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese also support Text Prediction. Text Prediction is especially valuable as writing individual characters can be time consuming for these languages. The user writes in character by character mode and is given with options to complete their phrase or word without writing the whole thing. Text Prediction also works with user-specific vocabulary as it works with the other languages. The recognizer will learn this behavior if a user enters the same words so many times.
Certain changes have been made to Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Japanese, and Korean handwriting recognition since Windows Vista. These were based on enhancing overall customer experience by improving accuracy and throughput. Main concern is to provide customers a more natural way to input in these languages and a viable alternative to keyboard use.
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