How to Stop Keyboard from Switching Language in Windows 10?

Many Windows 10 users recently reported that Windows 10 automatically changing the keyboard language on its own without even doing anything. Although one of the common reasons behind it is the shortcut key given by the Microsoft Windows 10 for changing the language of the keyboard. Because of this, users coincidently press those shortcut keys for some other reasons, and keyboard language suddenly changes even without your choice or permission. Here we provide few ways for switching keyboard from changing keyboard language in Windows 10. Though the process is easy to understand and follow, we suggest you follow them in the ascending order to avoid unwanted trouble and efforts. The methods are listed below.

Method-1: Turn Off Shortcut Keys to Change Keyboard Language

To turn off the shortcut keys to change the keyboard language, follow the given steps:

  1. Press the “Start” icon to launch the settings menu on the screen.

  2. After that, tap on the “Devices” option.

  3. Choose the “Typing” option appears on the left side panel of the screen.

  4. Now, choose ‘Advanced Keyboard Settings” option located on the right-side panel of the screen.

  5. Next, tap on the “Language Bar Option” tab.

  6. Then, Click on the “Advanced Key Settings” tab located on the top of the window.

  7. Subsequently, tap on the “Change Key Sequence” for the chosen among input language option.

  8. Lastly, select “Not Assigned” tab from switch input keyboard layout as well as an input language option.

  9. Finally, tap the “OK” tab to complete the process.

Method-2: Copy the Administrative Keyboard Language Settings to the User Settings

  1. Tap on the “Start” menu to launch the start menu on the screen.

  2. Search for the “Settings” option and click on it to begin on the screen.

  3. Tap on the “Time & Language’ option.

  4. Choose the “Language” option appears on the left side of the screen.

  5. Then, press the “Administrative Language Settings” option from the right side of the screen.

  6. Choose the ‘Copy Settings’ option located in the “Administrative” tab.

  7. Verify and copy current settings to the “Welcome Screen System Accounts” and “New User Accounts” both options.

  8. Choose “OK” tab for completing the process.

  9. Restart your computer system to save all the changes.

After completing the following steps check that the Window 10 keyboard language stops changing language automatically or not. Although the process is effective and easily understood by users.

Enne garcia  is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Enne has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as


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