How to keep windows keyboard from changing languages on it’s own by Bas Wijdenes

Let’s keep your windows language only one language.

The tutorial is divided into 3 steps.

  • Change the language to the correct language, and remove other languages.
  • If your language still changes we will go through the settings.
  • How can we prevent the language from being adjusted?

Change the language to the correct language, and remove other languages.

I have written a tutorial before to change the language in Windows.
I will briefly tell you where you need to be and if you want the steps with screenshots you can click on this link.


How to add new languages in short.

Go to start and search for Language.
The language settings are opened immediately.

Here you see different options, and we need to be at the languages option.

Click on the large + Add a language.
Choose the right language and click next.
Then follow the steps on your screen.

Your language is now installed.
Restart your PC to activate the primary language.


How to remove languages in short.

Go to start and search for Language.
The language settings are opened immediately.

Here you see different options, and we need to be at the languages option.

Open a language and click on Remove.


My keyboard language still changes, let’s go through the settings?

Go to start again and search for Language.
Click on Advanced Keyboard Settings.

Here you’ll see different options. Go to Switching input methods andlook for Let me use a different input method for each app in window.

Is the checkbox checked? Then remove the checkbox.
Restart your PC.

The keyboard language keeps changing.
The keyboard language keeps changing.

How can we prevent the keyboard language from being adjusted?

Users often change the keyboard language itself.
There are 3 different shortcuts to bother you.

  • Ctrl + Shift changes the keyboard layout.
  • Alt + Shift changes the entire language.
  • Windows + Space changes the language and keyboard.

Keep an eye on whether you have not accidentally pressed these buttons when something changes again.

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Bas

My name is Bas Wijdenes and I work full-time as a Services Engineer. In my spare time I write about the error messages that I encounter during my work. Furthermore, I am currently occupied with Azure, Office 365, and PowerShell for automating daily tasks.

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