One Of The Features Of Windows 11 Is The New Virtual Keyboard, Which Has Changes Such As Theme Support Compared To Windows 10.
Virtual Keyboard In Windows 11, In This Article, We Will Teach You How To Enable And Disable The Virtual Keyboard.
Having a virtual keyboard is essential if you are running Windows 11 on a tablet or PC with a touch screen. In Windows 11, you can access the virtual keyboard icon in any environment. Go to the Settings section of Windows 11 and go to Personalization> Taskbar.
- On the page that opens, select the Taskbar Corner Icons option.
- After opening the Taskbar Corner Icons menu, select the Touch Keyboard option.
- You will immediately notice a small keyboard icon in the lower right corner of the taskbar.
- If you click on the virtual keyboard icon in the taskbar, a virtual keyboard will appear at the bottom of the screen, just above the taskbar.
You can use the virtual keyboard in any application, like using a real keyboard. You can change the size and theme in the virtual keyboard settings. When you have finished typing, and want to hide the keyboard, click the X button in the upper right corner of the keyboard window.
Change the theme of the Windows 11 virtual keyboard
In Windows 11, users are completely free to change the look of the virtual keyboard. To change the appearance and size of the Windows 11 keyboard, click on the gear icon at the top right of the keyboard.
Select the Theme and resized option to open the following window for you.
In this section, you can choose your favorite theme.
How to disable Windows 11 Touch Keyboard
If you are not interested in using the Windows 11 Touch Keyboard, you can turn it off. First, right-click on the taskbar and then select Taskbar Settings.
Now go to Personalization> Taskbar and select Taskbar Corner Icons, and finally turn off the Touch Keyboard.
After turning off the Touch Keyboard, the virtual keyboard icon will remove from the taskbar.