I hope it's not something where Windows Ink is required to be turned on. I really HATE the Windows Ink feature.
I have a Wacom Intuos tablet connected to my notebook PC. The only way pen pressure sensitivity works is if the AWFUL Windows Ink feature is enabled. If I turn-on Windows Ink to enable pen pressure sensitity then any time I want to click into a text entry field the stupid Windows Ink hand-writing pop up invades the screen. It doesn't take very many times for the pop-up to get me furious. So I disable the feature to kill the pop-ups and give up using the Wacom graphics tablet as it was intended. Plan B is using my iPad Pro and Apple Pencil. That can end up involving more steps and time to get the same thing done.
My notebook computer is not a screen-only tablet, it is not a Samsung Note phone and it sure isn't an Apple Newton either. So there is no reason for that text entry field to pop up on the screen. My notebook has a physical keyboard. Why would I want to go back to the 1700's and write all my text by hand? Adobe, Wacom and Microsoft need to have a meeting sometime to discuss the sheer stupidity of this situation. Not only is it far slower to write out text by hand versus typing it via a keyboard, but the computer has to successfully recognize the chicken-scratch lettering jotted into the field.
Windows Ink might be fine on a Surface Tablet with no keyboard attached. If a keyboard is attached to the computer then Windows Ink is 100% irrelevant.