A lot of complications follow a user when he has to select a specific Keyboard layout for typing purposes. If we talk about it globally, there are two kinds of keyboard layouts accessed by users. The most preferred layout is Qwerty and the other one is Non-Qwerty. So my goal here is to help you Add and Remove Keyboard Layouts in Windows 10. You’ll know you need to imply multiple steps to complete this task.
How To Add or Remove Keyboard Layouts in Windows 10?
I’m going to provide the simplest way to add or remove keyboard layouts in Windows 10 OS. And when I’m done in talking about such segments, I’ll help you understand how you can check a specific keyboard layout that’s added into your Windows 10 PC/Laptop.
Add Keyboard Layout in Windows 10
Step#1: Press Windows + S key to open the search bar. Type Keyboard in the search bar and select “Edit Language and Keyboard options”
Step#2: From the “Preferred Languages” tab, tap once on the keyboard icon and select “Options”
Step#3: Under Keyboards, click on “Add a keyboard” and select your desired keyboard layout.
Step#4: While on Desktop, press Windows + Space bar key and select your desired keyboard layout.
Remove Keyboard Layout in Windows 10
- Open the “Edit Language and Keyboard options” window through the search bar.
- Under the “Prefered Languages” tab, click once on the selected Language and then on the “Options” button.
- Now select the added keyboard and click on the “Remove” button.
Check Keyboard Layout in Windows 10 via on-screen keyboard
- Type on-screen keyboard in the Cortana search bar and open it.
- Now the on-screen will be shown to you and you’ll be able to see what it’s layout.
That’s all on the guide of How To Add & Remove Keyboard Layouts in Windows 10. If you encounter any trouble while performing any of the above-provided tasks, feel free to ask us via the comments box. Do follow WindowsBoy for further Windows 10 guides.