How to change keyboard to arabic windows

Although Windows 10 allows you to configure multiple keyboard layouts when setting up a new installation, you can always add or remove layouts if you did not select the correct option or you now require to type in another language.


Usually, it is rare having to modify the input settings, but it's not uncommon. For example, sometimes you may need to switch to the Spanish layout to write words that include special characters like "Ñ," or prefer a different layout, such as the United States-Dvorak.


Whatever the reason it might be, Windows 10 includes easy to manage settings to add, remove, and change layouts for hardware and touch keyboards.


How to add keyboard layout on Windows 10

To add a new keyboard layout on Windows 10, use these steps:

  • Open Settings.


  • Click on Time & Language.


  • Click on Language.


  • Under the "Preferred languages" section, select the default language.
  • Under the "Keyboards" section, click the Add a keyboard button.
  • Select the new keyboard layout you want to use.
  • Click the Options button.


Once you complete the steps, the new keyboard layout will be added to the device, and you can switch between them using the instructions below.

Alternatively, you can also use the Windows key + Spacebar keyboard shortcut to cycle between the available keyboard layouts quickly.

how to change keyboard to arabic

Windows key + Spacebar keyboard

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