Windows 10 On-Screen keyboard appears on login or startup

Windows 10 On-Screen keyboard appears on startup or login

When you turn on Windows 10 PCand if you see the On the keyboard of the screen appears on the startup screen or login, it can be quite annoying to close it manually every time. Whenever it appears, you will need to click the x button to get rid of it. In this article, we will explain how you can disable the onscreen keyboard display on the startup or login screen when you start Windows 10.

The keyboard on the Windows 10 screen appears when connecting

Some users have reported that even after making changes to prevent the keyboard from being displayed on screen at startup, the display continues to appear. If you encounter this problem, here are several solutions that you can use to solve it:

  1. Disable the on-screen keyboard through the Settings app
  2. Switch it through the control panel
  3. Disable or remove the keyboard on the startup screen
  4. Disable the touch screen keyboard and handwriting service.

There is one thing you should know. If you are using Windows 10 in tablet mode, that is, no keyboard is connected to the main hardware, the on-screen keyboard may appear as soon as you tap one of the users to enter the word password.

1) Disable the on-screen keyboard through the Settings application

Keyboard on the Windows 10 screen

  • Use WIN + I to open the settings, then go to Access> Keyboard.
  • Disable the rocker next to Use the keyboard on the screen.

Lily Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts Easy access and configuration.

2) Toggle it through the control panel

keyboard windows on the screen 8

Go to Control Panel All Control Panel Items Ease of Access to the Centerand click on the Start the keyboard on the screen option. This will turn off the keyboard.

3) Disable or delete the keyboard on the startup screen

Disable the on-screen keyboard from startup

OSK.EXE is the program used for the on-screen keyboard. If the program is set to start with Windows 10 startup, it will automatically appear on the login screen.

  • Right-click on the taskbar and select Task Manager.
  • Switch to start tab
  • Check if there is a list of keyboards on the accessibility screen.
  • Right-click on it and select Disable.

You can manually start the keyboard by typing osk.exe in the prompt.

4) Disable the handwriting panel service and touch screen keyboard.

The keyboard on the Windows 10 screen appears when you start or connect

  • Run services.msc open the service manager
  • Locate Touch screen keyboard and handwriting panel a service.
  • Double-click to open its properties
  • Change the startup type to manual.

If you are using a tablet, you may not want to disable it.

I hope the instructions have been easy to follow and that you have successfully removed the onscreen keyboard from every connection or startup.

Anand Khanse is the director of, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Winner on Windows (2006-16) and a Windows Insider MVP. Please first read the entire message and comments, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system and be cautious about third party offers when you have it. installation of free software.

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