This post shows students and new users steps to install input language keyboard in Windows 11. When you add an input language keyboard in Windows, you set a language-preference order for websites and apps, as well as change your keyboard language.
Once you installed a language in Windows, the default keyboard layout for the language will be installed as well. You can also install additional keyboards for language-specific key layouts and input options.
When you have multiple input language keyboards set up, you can switch the keyboard layout by pressing and holding the Windows key and then repeatedly press the Spacebar to cycle through all your installed keyboards.
You can also select the language abbreviation in your taskbar then choose the language or input method you want to use.
How learn how to install a language in Windows 11, read the post below:
To change a display language in Windows 11, read this post:
To remove a language, read the post below:
How to add language keyboard in Windows 11
As mentioned above, one can add input language keyboard in Windows 11 so they can set a language-preference order for websites and apps, as well as change your keyboard language.
Below is how to do that:
Windows 11 has a centralized location for majority of its settings. From system configurations to creating new users and updating Windows, all can be done from the System Settings pane.
To get to System Settings, you can use the Windows key + i shortcut or click on Start ==> Settings as shown in the image below:
Alternatively, you can use the search box on the taskbar and search for Settings. Then select to open it.
Windows Settings pane should look similar to the image below. In Windows Settings, click Time & language, then on the right pane, and select the Language & region tile to expand it.
On the Language & region settings pane, under Language, click the Preferred languages tile, and select the language that has the keyboard you want, then select Options (ellipses or 3-dots).
Under Keyboards, click the Add a keyboard button on the Installed keyboards tile. If you don’t see the keyboard you want, you may have to add a new language to get additional options.
Next, select keyboard for the language you want to install
Now when you look under Keyboard for your preferred language option, you should see additional input keyboards you installed.
You can select the language abbreviation in your taskbar then choose the language or input method you want to use.
That should do it! You have successfully installed an input language keyboard in Windows 11.
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