First, find the "American Keyboard" method
The first is also to open the Control Panel, in the Control panel to find "clock, language and area", below we can see the "Add Language" option, click the Open Language window. Here we can see a "Add Language" button.
Second, add language
Click "Add Language" to open a new window, and then slide the scroll bar to find "English", then select "English (USA)" and click Add to join the new language list.
Third, choose English (USA)
Below we go to "Advanced settings", "Replace the default Input method" under the Drop-down bar to select "American Keyboard", so that our work is basically completed. But now you want to switch, you need to pass the "Alt+shift" key combination, because this is the switch between languages.
Four, change the default input method
Of course, we can change it into our habit of "ctrl+shift", the same is in the "Advanced Settings" interface, click "Change Language bar Hotkey", in the New pop-up window select "American Keyboard", and then change the key sequence can be.
Change key Combinations
So we can make our most familiar with the U.S. keyboard settings as the default input method, for those who are accustomed to the previous mode of operation can still be useful. However, in the Metro interface, we still have to use "Microsoft simple" to successfully enter Chinese.
Conclusion: Through the above introduction, you will have a deeper understanding of the keyboard of the WINDOWS8 system!