How to Write Phonetic Bangla-Microsoft Language Tool Download

There is much software available for writing in your own language. Microsoft Indic Language Input Tool is the one I like most and I am using it since 2010. Its better than Avro or Bijoy. You may face a problem initially but more you use it, it will be more user-friendly.

UPDATE: .Net framework Problem in Windows 10,8 Solved

When trying to install the Microsoft Indic Language Input Tool Bangla, you may face a problem regarding the .Net framework. It shows required .net framework 2.0 or higher in Windows 10 or Windows 8, 8.1. But if you try to install the net framework, it will show that it’s already installed.¬†

Basically, its already installed but not activated. So all you have to do is Open Control Panel> Programs and Features> Turn Windows features on or off> Select Net framework 3.5(includes net 2.0 and 3.0). Click Ok.

If you have an internet connection, Windows will download additional features and Reboot the PC to complete these steps. Now you can install Microsoft Indic Language Input Tool Bangla

Microsoft Indic Language Input Tool helps you enter Indian language text easily into any Microsoft Windows applications. The primary input mechanism is transliteration. Additionally, it provides a visual keyboard to assist with editing words that do not transliterate properly.

This tool currently supports 10 languages: Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu.

Best Way to Write Phonetic Bangla Microsoft Language Tool Download

Why Use Microsoft Indic Language Input Tool?

Very Easy to Use

Shortcut keyboard key to switch between language. Press Left ALT + CTRL to switch by default.

Microsoft Indic Language Input Tool Bangla

Go to Homepage and choose your language by clicking on it. Now click the “Install Now” button to download.

If you do not see the language bar in the taskbar (at the bottom of the desktop) or floating on the desktop please do the following:

  1. Click Start and go to Control Panel.
  2. Click Change keyboards or other input methods under Clock, Language and Region.
  3. On the Keyboards and Languages tab, click Change Keyboards.
  4. On the Language Bar tab, select the Floating on Desktop option.

Let me know if you use any other methods. Thanks

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