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The previous Windows Ink Workspace included Sticky Notes and Sketchpad. You can still use Sticky Notes to jot down reminders or note your ideas. To access Sticky Notes see Get started with Sticky Notes. Sketchpad is only available in older releases of Windows.
With innovative and responsive Windows Ink technology—your pen flows as fast as your ideas. 1. Really smart notes. Write a flight number and up comes the flight status, or jot an address and Maps will find the best route. Tap your creative potential.
Provides classes to interact with and manipulate ink on the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) platform.
Windows ink workspace dosent work at all... usually the button brings up a host of apps much like the start menu with sticky notes, sketchpad and all... ( like the above picture) but in my surface pro
I have tried rebooting and turning Ink workspace on and off from settings and taskbar. It is only showing me Whiteboard and Fullscreen snip. Did Windows do away with sketchpad, forcing me to login with a Windows ID to use Whiteboard? Or is this a bug from a recent update? Or is there anything else I can try?