The best way to do this on Windows is to use the virtual touch keyboard — a workflow which I feel was inspired by the Windows 8, tablet-first mentality. For keyboard-optimized typing experiences (desktops, non-convertibles, and convertible laptops with keyboards attached), the approach Apple took with macOS feels much more fluid. (That said, the Windows 10 touch keyboard is great for entering emoji.)
Twelve things Microsoft should know about Windows 10 (that Windows users won’t tell them)
Christian Cantrell

I remember nothing about Windows 8. 7 and 10, yes.

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