In the case of multiple keyboard scenarios, things get tricky. Keyboard language changes on its own because the keyboard changes while you are typing. The fact is that the keyboard changes because we accidentally hit shortcuts like WinKey+Space key (Changes language/keyboard pairs), or Alt+Shift Change language) or lastly Ctrl+Shift (Changes keyboard). So, if your Windows 10 keyboard language changes on its own, there are three ways to resolve it. The first is to make sure Windows 10 doesn’t add keyboards without your permission, and the second is what we are going to talk about next.
Windows 10 keyboard language changes on its own
The second is where will make sure the shortcut keys don’t change the keyboard language.
Set a different input method for each app window
To disable the change in layout follows the steps below:
- Go to Settings > Language and Input
- Type “Switching input methods”. This will open Advanced keyboard settings with this option inside.
- Select the checkbox which says “Let me set a different input method for each app window”.
- Click Save, and Restart your computer.
The setting is available under Settings > Devices > Typing > Advanced Keyboard settings.
This will make sure that you choose which keyboard is going to be used for which app. Usually, when you change the keyboard when using an app, Windows remembers that so you don’t have to set it up again.
Apart from this, the Advanced keyboard settings page lets you override the default input method which could be different from the first one in your language list. Lastly, there is a Langage bar option as well which comes in handy to switch between the keyboard rather quickly. In case you have removed it, you can always restore the language bar back.
Change Language Settings under the Administrative Tab
The last one was reported by a forum user with a solution. He reported that the problem occurred for him when he started typing in some programs with non-Unicode characters. Windows will use the default system local language to interpret these characters even if the language is not available in the language bar.
Go to Settings > Time and Language > Language > Administrative language settings.
Under the Administrative Tab, click on Copy Settings.
- Make sure that all Display language, Input language, and Format are English (United States) or whatever you want to have. If not go back and make those changes.
- Mark two checkbox in Copy your current settings to Welcome screen and system accounts & New user accounts
- Click OK and exit.
Last but not least, you may want to disable those shortcut combinations which can accidentally change your keyboard settings.
Having multiple keyboards on your Windows 10 PC is tricky. But then many need to use them on a regular basis, and this change of keyboard is very annoying. Hope these solutions worked for you!