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If you know what a Dvorak keyboard is, then you know where this is going. If you don't, then all you need to know is it was a completely different keyboard with a totally different layout and Windows has in-built support for it. Enable that support, and anyone using a standard keyboard will quickly become frustrated when what they type isn't what shows up on the screen. Easy to enable but impossible for most to figure out, here's what you need to do to get this party started:
1 - Click the Start button.
2 - Click "Control Panel."
3 - Click on either "Clock, Language, and Region" or "Region and Language," depending on if you have your control panel items sorted by categories or icons.
4 - Click the "Keyboards and Languages" tab.
5 - Click the "Change keyboards..." button.
6 - Click the "Add..." button.
7 - Click on "English (United States)," then "Keyboard," and finally, "United States-Dvorak."
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