Hindi virtual keyboard??

India
January 3, 2012 11:59am CST
I want Hindi typing virtual keyboard for windows 7. if any one know then please give me the link.
4 responses
@rajeev075 (1936)
• India
3 Jan 12
If you want to write in Hindi on your computer having window 7 there is no need of adding any extra software. You only have to change setting in your computer and let bring the Hindi keyboard. Just try to do the same as i wrote below to get the keyboard in hindi or even in other languages. Go to Control panel then choose from options clock,Language and Region which take you to a window with option Date and Time and Region and Language. Under these two options there are various option settings. Thus to choose the language keyboard select change keyboards or other input methods. Now you will have another window open up with Keyboard and languagetab. Select Change Keyboards. This selection will open a dialog window with General tab opened. Now add language with [b]add[b] and you can remove as well or move up and down different languages. Now you have your Hindi with different type of keyboards choose one. If you want to set Hindi as default language keyboard you can do it on the same window at top which has "Default input language" written. Better not do it other wise you will face too much of problem. One more thing is to do is to bring the language bar(if it do not comes). On the same window dialog window, on which you added the language there is a tab called Language Bar, this tab has option of whether you want your language bar to be hidden(not shown) or on the task bar or on the desktop. Select which you want(perhaps except hidden one if you want to type in language other than default). There are other things which you will understand yourself. Well i think your problem is solved. No need of any software just use the windows own language pack with option of virtual keyboard.
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• India
4 Jan 12
thanx budy it's working and their have also other languages. Tahax a lot :)
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@rajeev075 (1936)
• India
6 Jan 12
yes man there are many languages in the package so you can select more than one and can switch between them.
@alberello (4756)
• Italy
3 Jan 12
Sorry me, but what is this Hindi virtual keyboard ? I never have heard about this device. Maybe hovever could be interesting for me. Let me know ..
• India
3 Jan 12
it's same like you pc keyboard... difference is it only for software those are work like your keyboard and hindi is a language. then that hind virtual keyboard same like you pc keyboard but type hindi fonts that's it.
@rajeev075 (1936)
• India
3 Jan 12
Where you are man? Don't know that Hindi is second most language in speaking after Chinese.
• India
4 Jan 12
@rajeev I'm from Indian and I think you too.
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@sivaeinfo (220)
• India
5 Jan 12
Hi, you can Hindi virtual boar on the following link. http://vkeyb.com/ http://www.lookeys.com/ http://www.tavultesoft.com/keyman/downloads/keyboards/search.php?Search=iso:l:hin&Submit=1 www.filebuzz.com/findsoftware/Free_Hindi_Keyboard_Onscreen/1.html
• India
5 Jan 12
thax but rajeev option are best.
@boyuancy (1709)
• India
3 Jan 12
Try this Keyboard called Hot Virtual Keyboard. You can download that from CNET or the official site http://hot-virtual-keyboard.com/.
@rajeev075 (1936)
• India
3 Jan 12
It useless to download an extra burden to the system when there is already option of adding the virtual keyboard for different language in the system it self. No need of downloading it. Just add the language keyboard from the control panel in window 7.