As a follow on from my post about adding keyboards to iPhone, I’m just wanted to quickly explain how to do the same on Windows.
It’s a little trickier than on the iPhone, but just follow these steps and you’ll be ready to type in no time!
Adding Keyboards to Windows (Vista)
Open up the compute Control Panel and click ‘Change keyboards or other input methods’
Then click ‘Change keyboards’
Look to the right of your list of keyboards and click ‘Add…’
You’ll see a long list of different languages. Scroll through and find the ones you want to add
Then expand the tabs for your desired language and select ‘Microsoft IME’ in that tab
That should be all you need to do to add the new keyboards. Now, there should be a little language bar along your task bar. To switch keyboards, just click on the current language and select the one you want to switch to! Simple as that!