Do you want to enable or disable virtual keyboard in Windows 10? The Windows 10 system has the On-Screen Keyboard app which appears the same as the physical keyboard.
Virtual Keyboard is an application that provides a visual keyboard on your display screen that can be used in place of a physical keyboard.
To use this virtual keyboard appearing on your system you do not need to have a touch screen. You can operate the virtual keyboard using your mouse. There are various methods to enable this virtual keyboard on Windows 10 system. You can disable the virtual keyboard just by closing the app.
This section has described four methods to enable the virtual keyboard on your Windows 10 system.
Methods to Enable or Disable Virtual Keyboard in Windows 10:
Method 1 Ease of Access
Step 1: Type ‘Ease of Access’ in the search box of Windows 10. You may directly find the Ease of Access keyboard settings.
Step 2: To get the virtual keyboard you have to switch on ‘Use the On-Screen Keyboard’.
To disable this virtual keyboard just switch off the ‘Use the On-Screen Keyboard’.
Method 2 Run App
Search for the Run app using Windows search box and open it. Now, type OSK i.e. ‘On-Screen Keyboard’ to get the virtual keyboard.
To disable the onscreen keyboard just close the on-screen keyboard app.
Method 3 Command Prompt
Get the command prompt of your Windows 10 system. You can type command prompt in the Windows search box to get it. Now to open the virtual keyboard type ‘OSK’ which means on-screen keyboard.
Close the app to disable the virtual keyboard.
Method 4 On-Screen Keyboard App
The Windows 10 system does have the on-screen keyboard app. To open the app type OSK on the Window search box and click on the On-Screen Keyboard to open the virtual keyboard.
So, these all are the methods to enable and disable the virtual keyboard in Windows 10. Hope the content is useful. Keep reading.