Microsoft Plans to Make Changes to the Keyboard Layout for Windows
Microsoft company is considering adding an additional Office key to the keyboard. Microsoft Office package is one of the company's largest sources of revenue. Millions of people use Office applications for work and school. Although Google and Apple have alternatives to the package, Microsoft still sets the bar in the industry. The company is already testing a new key and conducting surveys: As you can see in the photo, next to the Alt key is the Office icon, which works in Microsoft applications. The key can be used to download specific Office applications, or for shortcuts, providing quick access to key features, depending on the context. The desire to integrate the new Office key with Windows 10 sounds great. Keyboards on computers already contain Windows buttons, and one of them may be designed for Office in the future. Of course, until Microsoft releases official announcements, its purpose is just speculation. We want to remind you: