Some Windows 10 users are complaining about a problem regarding automatic addition of EN-US keyboard layout on their computers in the forum. If you are in the same situation and you are looking for a fix for your problem, don’t worry. There are fixes available on your computer, following them you will be surely able to solve the problem.
Fix-1 Modify Registry Editor-
Modifying registry on your computer may help you to solve the problem on your computer.
1. Press Windows key+R to launch Run window. Now, type “regedit” and hit Enter. Registry Editor window will be opened.
2. In Registry Editor window, navigate to this registry location-
Now, right click on “00000409” and then click on “Rename” to rename the key to “00000409-NO“.
Close Registry Editor window. Reboot your computer and after rebooting your computer check if the problem has solved or not.
Fix-2 Copy the current user settings to everywhere-
Copying the current user setting to ‘Welcome screen and system account‘ will fix this problem on your computer.
1. Press Windows key+R to open Run window. Now, type or copy-paste “control intl.cpl” and hit Enter. Region window will be opened.
2. In Region window, go to “Administrative” tab. In Administrative tab, under ‘Welcome screen and new user accounts‘ option, click on “Copy settings“.
3. In Welcome screen and new user accounts window, at the bottom, check “Welcome screen and system accounts” and “New user accounts” both of the options. Click on “OK” to save the settings on your computer.
4. Coming back to the Region window, click on “Apply” and “OK” to save the changes on your computer.
Now, reboot your computer. After rebooting your computer, check if Windows still adding the EN-US keyboard layout on your computer.
Fix-3 Change Region Settings-
Changing Region Settings on your computer will help you to fix this problem on your computer.
1. Click on search box just beside the Windows icon and type “control Panel” and click on “Control Panel” in the elevated search result window.
2. In Control Panel window, click on the option “View by:” and select “Category” option. Now, click on “Change date,time or number formats” on your computer.
3. In Region window, go to “Administrative” tab. In Administrative tab, under ‘Language for non-Unicode Programs‘ settings click on “Change system locale…“.
4. In Region Settings window, click on the “Current system locale:” and select the option as your choice (For example, we have chosen “English (United States)” language ). Click on “OK” to save the changes on your computer.
Reboot your computer to let the changes take effect on your computer. After rebooting, your problem should be solved.
Sambit is a Mechanical Engineer By qualification who loves to write about Windows 10 and solutions to weirdest possible problems.