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Choose language settings for your keyboard, websites, and apps

Windows 11

  1. You can add an input language in Settings. Adding an input language lets you set a language-preference order for websites and apps. It also lets you change your keyboard language.
  2. Select Start > Settings > Time & language > Language & region .
  3. Under Preferred languages , select the language that contains the keyboard you want, and then select Options .
  4. Select Add a keyboard and choose the keyboard you want to add. If you don't see the keyboard you want, you may have to add a new language to get additional options. If this is the case, go on to step 4.
  5. Return to the Language settings page, and select Add a language .
  6. Choose the language you want to use from the list, and then select Next .
  7. Review any language features you want to set up or install, and select Install .

Windows 10

  1. You can add an input language in Settings. Adding an input language lets you set a language-preference order for websites and apps. It also lets you change your keyboard language.
  2. Select Start > Settings > Time & Language > Language .
  3. Under Preferred languages , select the language that contains the keyboard you want, and then select Options .
  4. Select Add a keyboard and choose the keyboard you want to add. If you don't see the keyboard you want, you may have to add a new language to get additional options. If this is the case, go on to step 4.
  5. Return to the Language settings page, and select Add a language .
  6. Choose the language you want to use from the list, and then select Next .
  7. Review any language features you want to set up or install, and select Install .
Change your keyboard layout - Microsoft Support
You can change your keyboard layout on the sign-in screen by tapping or clicking the language abbreviation button in the lower-right corner. Change the keyboard layout or other method you use to type Whenever you add a language, a keyboard layout or input method is added so you can enter text in the language.
Manage the input and display language settings in Windows
Windows 11 Windows 10 To manage all aspects of the input and display language settings on your Windows 11 PC, use the following methods. Change your keyboard layout Add a keyboard Change your display language Install a language pack Single language edition of Windows 11 Remove extra language packs or keyboard languages SUBSCRIBE RSS FEEDS
Using your keyboard - Microsoft Support
The keys on your keyboard can be divided into several groups based on function: Typing (alphanumeric) keys. These keys include the same letter, number, punctuation, and symbol keys found on a traditional typewriter. Control keys. These keys are used alone or in combination with other keys to perform certain actions.
How to change your keyboard layout - Microsoft Support
Click Start , type intl.cpl in the Start Search box, and then press ENTER. On the Keyboards and Language tab, click Change keyboards. Click Add. Expand the language that you want. For example, expand French (Canada). Expand Keyboard list, click to select the Canadian French check box, and then click OK.
Get to know the touch keyboard - Microsoft Support
Select Start > Settings > Personalization > Taskbar > Taskbar corner icons, then make sure Touch keyboard is turned on. Tap the icon when you want to enter text with the touch keyboard. Touch keyboard layouts There are four different layouts you can use when inputting text with the touch keyboard.
Switch between languages using the Language bar
In Windows 10 and Windows 8 Press the Windows logo key and type Control to search for the Control Panel app. Click Control Panel. Under Clock, Language, and Region, click Change input methods. Click Advanced settings. Under Switching input methods, select the Use the desktop language bar when it’s available check box, and then click Options.
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Use the On-Screen Keyboard (OSK) to type - Microsoft Support
To open the On-Screen Keyboard Go to Start , then select Settings > Accessibility > Keyboard, and turn on the On-Screen Keyboard toggle. A keyboard that can be used to move around the screen and enter text will appear on the screen. The keyboard will remain on the screen until you close it.
Snap your windows - Microsoft Support
Snap with a keyboard. Select the window you want to snap and press the Windows Logo Key + Left Arrow or the Windows Logo Key + Right Arrow to snap the window to the side of the screen where you want it to be. You can also move it to a corner after snapping it. With the window selected, press the Windows Logo Key + Up Arrow or the Windows Logo Key + Down Arrow to get it into the desired corner.
How do I reassign hot keys for my keyboard? - Microsoft Support
Download and install the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center. Connect the keyboard that you want to configure. Select the Start button, and then select Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center. From the displayed list of key names, select the key that you want to reassign. In the command list of the key that you want to reassign, select a command.