On-Screen keyboard is a virtual keyboard that is displayed on your PC’s screen. Try On-Screen keyboarding in Window 7. Yes don’t get shocked because On-Screen keyboard is not new for Window 7. It is one of the features provided by Window 7. The interesting thing about this feature is that you can use it very easily within three to four clicks.
With this article I am going to tell you about the two easy methods to turn on your On-Screen keyboard in Window 7 PCs. Try any one of these methods to enjoy On-Screen keyboard on your PC. It would also be a new thing for those who are fed up by using their physical keyboard or not able to use their physical keyboard due to different technical problems. For more details related to use On-Screen keyboard in Window 7 PC when physical keyboard is not working read the below given lines.
The methods to use On-Screen keyboard in Window 7 PC are as follows:
- Go to start
- Type ‘osk.exe’ in the search program and files bar
- Hit Enter.
You will automatically see your On-Screen keyboard on your PC’s screen. Use it as you desire.
If you have tried the above two methods and still you are unable to search the On-Screen keyboard in Window 7 then follow this simple step to switch on your On-Screen keyboard.
- Go to Start
- Type Run on the search program and files bar and press enter. Then a box will open on your PC’s screen
- Type osk and press enter. Automatically On-Screen keyboard will be displayed on your PC’s screen.
Use this On-Screen keyboard whenever you want. While using On-Screen keyboard you should keep in mind that if you want to use keystroke combinations like (Alt+Ctrl+Delete), you don’t need to hold the buttons but just use them one after another. Like first click on Alt then on Ctrl and at last tab to delete in this way you can use On-Screen keyboard keystroke combinations.