Linux offers plenty of options to make your PC your own. The ability to choose virtually any keyboard layout is one of them. Learn how!
You can get custom keyboard layouts to solve annoying layout choices of mobile keyboards with the Nemeio E Ink keyboard shown at CES 2019.
Other than the standard QWERTY keyboard layout, there are also several alternative keyboard layouts. Are they any good, and do they really work? Let’s find out!
If you are new to touch typing, here is a beginner’s guide to help you get started.
If you want to use an old USB keyboard for your Macbook, here is how you can configure the USB keyboard to work seamlessly with your MacBook.
Other than QWERTY keyboard layout, there are also DVORAK and COLEMAK which many claimed to provide faster input speed. Here is how to switch to DVORAK or COLEMAK format in Windows.
If you are bilingual and need to use various input languages at different times, here is how you can change the keyboard language in OSX
KDE Software Compilation is managed and developed by people who live all over the world, and users from all over the world contribute by providing translations, regional settings, and keyboard layouts for various languages. Because of this, there is a good chance that you can configure KDE to work with your language. All of the […]