Here, you can use the Touch keyboard or On-Screen Keyboard when your physical keyboard is not working. One of the valuable features of this virtual keyboard is that you can move it to another position, and it will stay there even if you close and reopen it. However, if you want to open it in the default position where it is supposed to be opened, this risewindows post will be helpful for you.
If you do not like the current position and want to reset the Touch keyboard to the default position on Windows 11 or 10, here is how you can do that. Although the OS doesn’t offer an option in Windows Settings, you can reset the Touch keyboard to the default position using Registry Editor.
How to Reset Touch Keyboard to Default Position on Windows 11?
As you are about to delete some values from the Registry Editor, it is recommended to backup all Registry files and create a System Restore point.
To reset the Touch keyboard to the default open position on Windows 11/10, do these steps:-
Step 1. Firstly, press
Step 2. Now, type
Step 3. Then, click the
Step 4. So, navigate to the following path:-
Step 5. After that, you will see two REG_DOWRD values named OptimizedKeyboardRelativeXPositionOnScreen and OptimizedKeyboardRelativeYPositionOnScreen. Right-click on each of them and select the
Step 6. Next, click the
Step 7. At last, restart your computer to view the changes.
Once done, you must restart your computer or the Windows Explorer process using Task Manager.
I hope this guide helps you.