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In windows 8, I love how I can switch to Japanese input by pressing [Win key] + [space bar].

Can I do this in Windows 7 without auto hotkey or special programs?

  • You mean instead of the default Alt + Shift? – Austin T French Oct 11 '13 at 23:45
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  1. your default switch language shortcut should be 'Shift'+'Ctrl'
  2. download Autohotkey (http://autohotkey.com)
  3. install and run it
  4. right click by icon in tray menu -> 'Edit This Script'
  5. remove or comment (each comment line started with ';') existed script
  6. copy-paste this:

#Space:: WinWait, Program Manager, Send, {CTRLDOWN}{SHIFTDOWN}{SHIFTUP}{CTRLUP}

  1. save changes and close editor
  2. if autohotkey program not running after restart, you should manually added it to autorun
  • Cannot even launch Autohotkey. script not found just after installation lol – Даниил Пронин Dec 10 '15 at 1:10
  • But the question was specifically WITHOUT "autohotkey"... – ankostis Sep 28 '18 at 5:40
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Go to start -> Type Language -> Change Keyboard or other Input Languages -> Go to the Keyboards and Languages Tab, and choose change keyboards. -> Change Key sequence...

But, it appears that key sequence is not supported / present.

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