Not all PC users often use the On-Screen Keyboard present in Windows operating system and many would be surprised to know that the On-Screen Keyboard has been part of Windows operating system since Vista days.
Now that Windows 10 ships with a dedicated touch keyboard, most users don’t need to use the on-screen keyboard. That said, if for some reason, if you prefer to use the on-screen keyboard on Windows 10, following are the six easy ways to open on-screen keyboard in Windows 10.
Method 1 of 6
Open On Screen Keyboard from Start menu
Type On screen keyboard in Start menu or taskbar search box, and then press Enter key to open the built-in on screen keyboard in Windows 10.
Method 2 of 6
Open On Screen Keyboard from Run command box
Step 1: Simultaneously press Windows and R keys to open Run command box.
Step 2: In the field, type OSK (no need to type in caps) and then press Enter to open On Screen Keyboard.
Method 3 of 6
Open On Screen Keyboard via Command Prompt or PowerShell
In the Command Prompt or PowerShell, type OSK and then press Enter key.
Method 4 of 6
Use Start menu to open On Screen Keyboard
Open Start menu. Click All apps, click Windows Ease of Access folder icon to expand the same, and then click On Screen Keyboard to open the On Screen Keyboard.
Method 5 of 6
Open On Screen Keyboard via Settings
Step 1: Open Settings app by clicking Settings in the left-side of Start menu.
Step 2: Once Settings app is opened, click Ease of Access.
Step 3: Click Keyboard. Under On-Screen Keyboard section, turn on the option labelled Turns on the on-screen keyboard option to launch On Screen Keyboard in Windows 10.
Method 6 of 6
Open On Screen Keyboard via Control Panel
Step 1: Open Control Panel by right-clicking on the Start button and then clicking Control Panel entry.
Step 2: Once Control Panel is launched, click Ease of Access.
Step 3: Click Ease of Access Center.
Step 4: Finally, click Start On-Screen Keyboard to open the same.
Hope this helps!