A few days ago, we told you how to use the on-screen keyboard in Windows 10.Though it is a good app, it lacks even the most basic customization options.
You cannot even change the color of the keyboard, which makes it difficult to use in a program which may have the same or a similar color. And there is no option to change the layout of the keyboard either.
This is possible in a free app called Free Virtual Keyboard which does a better job. One thing I like about the application, is that it is still being updated by the developer. You know what this means, yes the program works on Windows 10 and almost all prior versions including Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8 and 8.1. You [...]