How to Fix Deleted Keyboard Re-Appears Every Time PC Boots Up

Users are using different Windows versions on their home or office computer system such as- Windows 7, 8, 10 etc. but as we know Window 10 is one the best Windows suite for the PC. It is providing much functionality to complete the task efficiently. Windows 10 is providing the multiple keyboards installed for the user’s computer system. It will help for those who need to use various languages to complete work efficiently. Now, it may so happen that you might have tried it out, and even after deleting those keyboard layouts from your profile, they reappear every time you boot your PC. Mainly, this problem gets noticed during the login screen. With the help of this article, we will know you how to stop deleted keyboard layouts from reappearing.

Process to fix on Deleted Keyboard re-appears every time PC boots:-

Generally, this problem appears while you are using the multiple accounts on your Windows 10 home or office computer system. At present, some users are using various keyboards, and it seems to be carrying over that setting for all other accounts even if you are not able to enable it for them. Understand this as a global setting for all users. It keeps the settings from the clean install, and the only solution to change them is to copy them by the Control Panel.

You need to change everything in your current settings and then try to reset again.

  1. First of all, delete the multiple keyboards for your account
  2. The first thing to do is need to remove all the extra keyboards.
  3. Then move to Settings > Time & Language > Select the language for that which one you want to delete keyboard > Options > Select keyboard > Remove.
  4. Now open the run prompt keys WIN key + R, and then type the ‘Control.’
  5. It will open the classic Control Panel.
  6. Then click on the “Change date, time, or number format” which is placed is under the “Clock and Region” option.
  7. Move to the “Administrative” tab, and click on the button labeled “Copy settings.”
  8. Now press it and then select these two checkboxes that are given under ‘Copy your current settings to’ option, press on the OK option.
  9. Here you will find the two options-
    • Welcome Screen and System Accounts
    • New User accounts
  10. Reboot your Windows.

Note: Currently, the new user accounts display language is inherited from the welcome screen display language.

We hope that by using this method, not only you will be able to keep the languages for display but also you will get rid of the keyboard issue. No need to do more switching of the keyboard during login screen.

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