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I'm using Windows 10 and have two languages (English, Hebrew) which I use all the time, so I'm using the Alt+Shift keyboard shortcut to switch between one and the other.

I lately started studying Spanish, so I also wanted to have that installed for when I do my homework, but now I have to switch between three languages all the time, only so I can have Spanish installed once a week when I need it.

Is there a way to have Spanish installed so I can only switch to it manually and not using the keyboard shortcut? The shortcut will then only switch between English and Hebrew?

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Modifying the Windows dialog is impossible, but you can set shortcut keys for each language, to go directly and quickly to the language you need:

  • Go to Settings > Devices > Typing
  • Click Advanced keyboard settings
  • Click Input language hot keys
  • Click on a keyboard layout to select
  • Click Change Key Sequence…
  • Click Enable Key Sequence
  • Choose your shortcut and click OK

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