Multiple sources said that the next version of Win10, or 20H1 (Version 2004) has signed RTM and delivered to core OEMs and other testing, the official version is expected to be pushed in March and April this year. However, it has been reported that the SwiftKey input method will start with Win10 20H1 and be removed from the system, and will not be available at least 20H2.
SwiftKey is known for its excellent sliding input experience, and in 2016 Microsoft acquired SwiftKey, which is best known on iOS and Android, and then integrated it into the Win10 system.
Of course, SwiftKey is almost a set-up for Win10 users who use a physical keyboard, and even the removal of the impact is primarily for Win10 touch-screen users. SwiftKey has been downloaded more than 500 million times in the Play Store alone, and is highly popular. Before Microsoft announced the official reason, it was really curious about what drugs were sold in Hulu or what alternative solutions Microsoft would offer.
Another feature that has been removed in the 20H1 preview is “Focused Inbox” in Outlook, which was originally designed to allow users to quickly view important messages.