Instructions on how to open an On-Screen Keyboard in Windows 10 with six ways available when you want to enable On-Screen Keyboard (as shown in the image below) in your Windows 10 computer is the fastest and easiest way.
6 Ways to enable the on-screen keyboard in Windows 10:
Method 1: Open On-Screen Keyboard in computer settings.
Step 1: Open.
Step 2: Select Ease of Access in Settings.
Step 3: Select the keyboard, and tap the switch under On-Screen Keyboard to turn it on.
Method 2: Turn on the virtual keyboard in Ease of Access Center.
In Windows 8 :
Press Windows key + U to open the Ease of Access Center, and select Start On-Screen Keyboard.
In Windows 10:
- Press Windows + U to open Ease of Access. Or click the Settings icon in the left corner of the Start Menu and choose Ease of Access
- Press Keyboard
- In the slider of Use the On-Screen Keyboard, you press a switch to on. The virtual fee desk window will open.
Method 3: Open the keyboard through the Search panel.
Step 1: Press Windows + C to open the Charms menu and select Search.
Step 2: Enter the screen (or on-screen keyboard) in the box, and tap On-Screen Keyboard in the results.
Method 4: Turn on the virtual keyboard by Run.
Step 1: Right-click in the lower-left corner and select Run in the Access Quick Menu.
Step 2: Type osk and click OK in the Run dialog box.
Method 5: Open this keyboard with the help of Command Prompt.
Step 1: Press Windows + X to open the Access Quick Menu, and select Command Prompt.
Step 2: Type ask in Command Prompt and press Enter.
Method 6: Turn on On-Screen Keyboard using Windows PowerShell.
Step 1: Click the Start button and select Windows PowerShell in the Start Menu to open it.
Step 2: Type ask in the Windows PowerShell window and press Enter.