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While desktops and laptops already have their own physical keyboard, you may need to resort to a virtual version of Windows. If the user has problems with the functioning of peripherals or needs a digital solution, using the tool on a computer can be helpful.
With this in mind, we have provided a guide on how to enable the virtual keyboard in Windows 11. However, it also works for the Windows 10 version of the operating system.
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Open device settings
The first step to activate the virtual keyboard is to open the device settings. To do this, click on the Windows symbol at the bottom of your computer, then select Settings.
On the Windows Settings screen, click Accessibility, then scroll down until you find Keyboard.
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Activate virtual keyboard
In the keyboard settings, find “virtual keyboard” and click the gray button next to the name to enable it. Then wait a few seconds until the tool appears on the screen.
Working with the virtual keyboard is very simple and practical, the user only needs to press letters and numbers to build their text. While browsing or viewing content, the user can minimize the keyboard, revealing it only when needed.
The procedure was carried out on Windows 11, however, the step-by-step procedure is also suitable for older versions of the Microsoft operating system.