In a new post on the Microsoft Windows 8 development blog, Microsoft explain some of the thinking behind their enhanced “on-screen keyboards” in Windows 8.
With Windows 8, Microsoft started fresh and took a “first principles” approach to developing the touch keyboard.
In the post, Kip Knox, a member of the Windows User Experience program management team, talks about some of the work.
Some of the highlights of the new keyboard (from Microsoft):
Here’s a little video to go with the post: