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Disabling everything except letters in browser- and on OS-level

Remove all the 'illegal' key-caps & mount the keyboard behind a cutout so only allowed keys are exposed. No 'illegal' keys available to press, no need to do anything special to the OS. You keep ...
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Disabling everything except letters in browser- and on OS-level

What you're looking for is called "kiosk". Depending on your budget you could buy or rent a dedicated machine. They are called "interactive kiosk" or "kiosk computer". ...
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Disabling everything except letters in browser- and on OS-level

If it fits in your budget you could also consider using a touchscreen and developing a simple JS keyboard
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Disabling everything except letters in browser- and on OS-level

I've done something like this in order to use a USB number-pad as a custom control input for a piece of software. Basically, rather then dealing with OS protections or other options, open the "...
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Disabling everything except letters in browser- and on OS-level

This could be a good use case for one of the embedded versions of Windows. Windows 10 IoT Core is a stripped-down, minimalistic build of Windows that only allows a single, pre-defined UWP program to ...
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Disabling everything except letters in browser- and on OS-level

You could use the Linux DRM API to draw directly to the screen using e.g. libcairo (Which has font-rendering support), intercept input events with libinput, and disable all vttys. Probably overkill, ...
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Make Right Alt + Shift change languages in Windows 10

with AutoHotKey, This code works for me perfectly ; "RALt + RShift" to "LAlt + LShift" >!>+:: Send {LAlt Down}{LCtrl Down}{LCtrl Up}{LAlt Up}
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