In this article, you may find out how to enable or disable Virtual Keyboard, or you can say On-Screen Keyboard, in Windows 10 Operating System.
Virtual Keyboard is an application which provides a visual keyboard on your display screen that can be used in place of a physical keyboard. The best part is that you can use this directly through your pointing device.
Steps to Enable or Disable Virtual Keyboard in Windows 10
Method 1 of 1:
Step 1: Type “Ease of Access Center” in Windows search bar. Once you find this program, just click on it to open.
Step 2: Now click on “Use the computer without a mouse or keyboard” option as shown in the figure below.
Step 3: Now put a check mark on “Use On-Screen Keyboard”, in order to enable the virtual keyboard.
Click on Apply button to continue.
Step 4: In the same way, in order to disable the virtual keyboard, you need to uncheck on “Use On-Screen Keyboard”. After that, you can use a regular keyboard.
Click on “Apply” button to make the changes.
Method 2 of 2:
On-Screen Keyboard is abbreviated as “osk”. You can directly access it, in just two steps, but firstly you need to check whether this file exists in “C:\Windows\System32” location or not. You will need to do this to ensure that the file you are executing is not malware. And if you”ll execute it, then your computer system will render to the risk.
After checking it, follow the steps displayed below:
Step 1: Type “osk” in the windows search bar. You”ll see “On-Screen Keyboard” app, Just click on it to directly open the virtual keyboard.
Step 2: As soon as you click it, you will see “Virtual Keyboard” appeared on your screen. Now you can enjoy your experience with the virtual keyboard.
That’s all friends, keep reading.