Articles tagged: keyboard
Using an on-screen keyboard instead of a real keyboard might stop some keyloggers, but there’s no guarantee that other techniques aren’t also being used.
USB ports (or the cables that connect to them) can go bad for many reasons. These steps can get your connected devices running again.
Go ahead. Plug it in… unless your keyboard is not USB. In that case, you may have a problem.
Spilling liquid into your laptop or keyboard can cause serious damage. The first step is to dry it thoroughly, and we’ll look at one possible solution.
Computer manufacturers use the Fn key to cram more virtual keys onto smaller laptop keyboards. Sometimes it can get confused.
Windows has an accessibility feature that’s very easy to turn on by mistake that changes the behavior of your shift key and others.