Lots of 3rd party apps support pen stylus input in Windows. Fortunately, the Ink Workspace has a shortcut that will take you directly to the Windows App Store and show you a list of apps that are compatible with a stylus. This way, you can quickly find and install more apps that you can use on a pen-enabled computer or Windows device.
- [Voiceover] So, of course, in the Windows Ink Workspace,…you can use one of the apps listed here.…And Microsoft has also announced…that they're working on support…for more Ink function in other apps in future updates.…But there are also third-party apps…that you can install from the app store…that will support Ink functionality as well.…Generally down at the bottom of the Ink workspace,…you'll see a suggestion for one of these apps,…as well as a button here that says Get more pen apps.…I'm going to click on that, and it's going to open up…the Windows App Store and it will show me a page…with a list of a bunch of apps that are known…to work with Ink input.…
So these are all pen-stylus-compatible.…So I can scroll through here and find something…that looks interesting.…Let's grab Bamboo Paper.…It's a free app, so I'll click on that.…I can see some information about it.…And let's just hit this free button to install it.…So this will take a moment to download and install.…Now that it's finished installing,…I could hit this Launch button right here…
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