During initial setup, Windows 10 prompts you to configure alternative keyboard layouts. However, you can always add or remove layouts if you choose incorrectly or need to type in a different language.
Changing the input settings is uncommon, but there are several instances in which you may need to. For instance, you may occasionally need to switch to the Spanish layout to write words containing special characters such as “,” or you may prefer a different style, such as United States-Dvorak.
Windows 10 provides with simple settings to add, remove, and modify keyboard layouts for hardware and touch keyboards.
This manual explains how to manage keyboard layouts on Windows 10.
How to Remove Keyboard Layout on Windows 10
To remove a keyboard layout on Windows 10, use these steps:
- Open Settings.
- Click on Time & Language.
- Click on Language.
- Under the “Preferred languages” section, select the current default language (top in the list).
- Click the Options button.
- Under the “Keyboards” section, select the keyboard to remove from the list.
- Click the Remove button.
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- Repeat steps 6 and 7 to remove additional layouts.
Once you complete the steps, the keyboard layout will be removed from the device.