The solution is simple to change or ad the language for the keyboard layout in Windows 8.1, the example is also for Windows 10!
1.) Add or remove languages for the keyboard layout in Windows 8 and 8.1!
2.) Information and how to switch between keyboards e.g. input methods!!
See also: ► Windows ON-Screen Keyboard ► make keyboard more easier to use on Windows!
control.exe /name Microsoft.Language (... see Image-1 Arrow-1).
You can do the same, if you use the Windows 8 language settings (Picture 1) via the Windows 7 System Control Panel (See: ... Open Control Panel in Windows 8.1!) And then click on the "Languages" Symbol.
Now click on options the primary language in Windows 8.1 (... see Image-1 Arrow-2)
Now you can install additional Windows 8 keyboard layouts, add or remove existing keyboard layouts.
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On a standard keyboard, press the Windows logo key Windows logo key +Spacebar.
On a touchscreen, tap or click the touch keyboard icon Taskbar touch keyboard icon on the Windows-8.1 desktop taskbar, tap or click the language abbreviation, and then tap or click the keyboard you want to switch to.
FAQ 171: Updated on: March 22th 2018 10:40