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On-Screen Keyboard, Windows Vista

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In Windows Vista the On-Screen Keyboard is an application which provides a visual keyboard on your display screen that can be used in place of a physical keyboard. The On-Screen Keyboard can be manipulated by the mouse or other pointing device and can be configured in three layouts;

  • 101 keys display (standard keyboard)
  • 102 keys display (an extra backslash)
  • 106 keys display (extra characters useful for typing Japanese).







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