How do I change the keyboard settings on my Dell laptop?
- Go to Start.
- Click Control Panel.
- Then click Region and Language.
- On the Keyboards and Language tab, click Change keyboards.
- Then click Add.
- Expand the language that you want.
- Expand the Keyboard list, click to select the United States-International check box, and then click OK.
How do I change my keyboard settings on my computer?
On a hardware keyboard, press and hold the Windows logo key , and then press the Spacebar to cycle through your input methods. If you have a touchscreen, you can switch your touch keyboard layout by tapping or clicking the keyboard icon, and then tapping or clicking the keyboard layout you want to switch to.
How do I change my Function key settings?
When you press Fn + Esc (or the key with the lock icon), it toggles the Fn lock. Once you’ve done this, you won’t need to press the Fn key for performing functions like adjusting the screen brightness or enabling and disabling WiFi or Bluetooth. Simply press the relevant F-key, and that should work.
Why are my keyboard symbols mixed up?
If you press Alt+Shift, you get a little popup that allows you to switch the keyboard language. Alternatively, go to the System Tray area and click ENG then set the keyboard language—the one highlighted in black is the active one.
How do I enable function keys on my Dell laptop?
To enable it, we’d hold Fn and press the Esc key. To disable it, we’d hold Fn and press Esc again. It functions as a toggle just like Caps Lock does.
How do you unlock the Fn key on a Dell laptop?
Press and hold the “Fn” key, which is located in the lower left corner of your keyboard, to the left of the “Ctrl” key and to the right of the “Windows” key. Holding the “Fn” key down, tap the “Num Lk” key at the upper right corner of the keyboard to unlock the “Fn” key.