How to Utilize the On-Screen Keyboard in Windows

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Microsoft has long included an on-screen keyboard for accessibility reasons in Windows, but it’s really become useful since Windows 8’s emphasis on touch-screen controls, especially if you want to navigate Windows without peripherals. The process to enable it differs slightly depending on version, while Windows 10 and 8.x each pack a lighter keyboard and a full-featured one depending on your needs. For Windows 10, right-click your Taskbar and click Show touch keyboard button. Then, just click the keyboard icon in the notification area on the right side of the taskbar to open it; you can drag it around or resize…

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