Question about keyboard input language settings

Some wrong characters when you press on pump keys. for example: "when printing on keys 2 gives a @ onscreen, while that, you guessed it: @ gives '." "

I think I got some settings wrong somewhere, I put everything to the United Kingdom in the language folder in the control panel (also in advance).

It's probably pretty simple, but annoying, as usual, it is difficult to find what exactly to do in windows.

If anyone knows what to do, please let me know.



As far as I know if you instead of, you just change the keyboard input language. Please click the taskbar with the right button of the mouse and go to Toolbars > and enable the language bar option. On this way, you can see which input language is active.

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