Soft Keyboard

"Did you Know Windows had a Soft Keyboard? ...
Bring up the on-screen keyboard in Windows by opening the Run dialogue box and typing 'osk' (without the quotes). This is useful for people with limited mobility, and bi-lingual users who switch frequently between different character sets."

*This is also very useful for better security when logging into websites. Using the soft keyboard defeats keylogger viruses! While you may have your personal or home computer well protected, the soft keyboard is especially wise to use on public machines or while on a public connection to prevent any chance of your username or password being compromised. Many Government, and I think, most all military and DOD sites already use this feature, built in to the web pages, for added security.



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