In Windows 10 Settings, there is a section for "Pen & Windows Ink".
One of these settings asks you to select the hand that you write with.
What exactly does this setting do? I searched online and I found this source, which says:
Choose which hand you write with:
Optimizes the pen experience for left-handed or right-handed use.
Unfortunately, I'm still not quite sure what this setting changes.
Does Windows interpet pen input differently depending on the handedness setting? I'm curious to know how Windows can use handedness to optimize pen input.
I am looking for answers that can explain how the handedness setting is used to improve handwriting recognition.