If you want to add and use US international Keyboard on your Windows 10 PC, please follow the steps given in the article.
How to add US International Keyboard in Windows 10
Step 1 – Click on the Start button and then gear shaped icon to Open settings.
Step 2 – Click on Time & Language.
Step 3 – Click on Language from the left menu.
Step 4 – Click on English (United states) to expand and then click on Options.
Step 5 – Scroll down and then click on + Sign beside Add a language.
Step 6 – Select United states – International from the list.
Step 7 – Now, in the Taskbar , click on your language .
Step 8 – Now, select United states – International from the list.
This will install United states – International configuration on your Windows 10 Computer. Hope it helps.
How to add US International Keyboard in Windows 11
1 – Press Windows and I key together to open settings.
2 – Now, Click on Time & Language from the left menu.
3 – Now, click on Language & Region from the right side.
4 -In , the right side , Locate your default language. If there are two languages, the language at the top is your default language.
Now, Click on three horizontal dots located at the right.
5 -Now, click on Language options from the popped up menu.
6 -In the next window, Click on Add a keyboard.
7 – Now, select United states – International from the dropdown list.
27 thoughts on “How to add US International Keyboard in Windows 10 / 11”
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O my windows 10 english, in Step 6 – Select United states – International from the list
the list appears only 6 keyboard icons but no text so I don’t knou what to choice.
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I’d gotten used to the Eng US Int keyboard and after buying a new computer just couldn’t find the way to install it. Can’t believe it’s so tucked away in Microsoft’s workings. You solved a great problem in my typing life, and relieved me from a lot of frustration and even anger in my computer experience.
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