There are two default keyboard shortcuts for changing the input language in Windows: Windows+Space and Alt+Shift.
For the current user:
- Go to Input settings (you need to click on the language icon in the notification area and select “Advanced keyboard settings”, and in the window that opens, select “Input” under “Related settings” at the bottom).
- Second method: Go to Settings – Time and language – Input.
- Open the item “Advanced Keyboard Settings”.
- Tap “Key combinations for input languages”.
- In the window that appears, tap “Change Key Combinations”.
- Set the desired combination under “Change writing language” and apply the settings.
For all users:
- After configuring the language settings for the current user, go to Settings – Time and Language – Language and Region.
- At the bottom, click on “Administrative language settings”.
- A window with additional region settings will open, click on “Copy settings”.
- Check the boxes for “Welcome screen and system accounts” and, if necessary, “New user accounts”.
- Apply the settings you have made.
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