How to open on screen keyboard (without Keyboard)?
Learn how to open and enable the on-screen keyboard on Windows 10, and this will work exactly the same on Windows 11 PCs as well. Using the on-screen keyboard might be useful, especially if you are projecting something and want to use a mouse to type a few things and/or if the physical keyboard is not working.
To locate the on-screen keyboard, simply open the Start menu and type “On-screen Keyboard” – you will see the on-screen keyboard option. Click on it and use it. However, if your physical keyboard is broken and you cannot type, then navigate to C:/Windows/System32 and search for “OSK” – that’s your keyboard! Double-click on it and you can use it!
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