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Please note however that I regularly answer users' queries in Azhagi's Facebook Group only and not in the Page. So, if possible, kindly please visit Azhagi's Facebook Group also and join the same so that I can answer all your queries therein. This is a very humble request from me, the author of Azhagi/Azhagi+.
Home of Azhagi - your friendliest transliteration software - for Windows and Android. 

Easy typing / transliteration in Tamil, Hindi, Sanskrit, Urdu, Arabic, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Punjabi, Oriya, Assamese, Sourashtra, Grantha, Kashmiri, Sinhalese, Burmese, etc.

And, MUCH MORE.....

Change existing key mappings, Create your own keyboard layouts, transliterate in 'ANY Tamil font, ANY Tamil font encoding', transliterate / type in ANY world language (in any font encoding, any keyboard layout), etc.
Visit Azhagi's Facebook Group.

If possible, kindly please join the group so that I can answer all your queries therein. This is a very humble request from me, the author of Azhagi/Azhagi+.
See what the media has to say about Azhagi here.
There are 3 Wikipedia pages on Azhagi - in both English and Tamil - Page 1 | Page 2 | Page 3 - you may kindly have a look
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"The proof of the pudding is in the eating", it is said. So, please read what users have to say on Azhagi here.
Innovation is a way of life. Please read inno.html on what I have to say on innovations.
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Windows 10 settings - For typing seamlessly in Indian languages

In some cases, Windows 10 requires Tamil, Hindi, Malayalam, etc. languages to be added in it's language profile. Only if that is done, Windows processes the requests (for transliteration) from softwares like Azhagi correctly. The steps to add one's required languages in Windows 10's language profile are as follows. The steps given below are for Tamil. Similar procedure needs to be followed for Hindi, etc. too (i.e. whichever languages you, as an user, are interested in).
  1. Click the 'Start' button.
  2. Click Settings.
  3. To add Tamil to your language profile, in 'Settings', click 'Time & language'.
  4. Click 'Region & language'.
  5. If Tamil is not included in your languages, click the "+" icon next to 'Add a language'.
  6. Scroll to find Tamil, then click on it to add it to your languages list.
  7. Once you have added Tamil to your languages list, the optional Tamil fonts and other optional features for supporting Tamil language will get installed, provided you are online. This will only take a few minutes.