KeyboardLock locks your keyboard, or specific keys, with just a movement of the mouse.
It can also be set to password protect the keyboard and the mouse so that no one can use the computer without your authorization.
KeyboardLock runs on any modern Macintosh (no 68k machines), and with systems from 7.5 to 8.6 and up.
If you don't like the keyboard that shipped with your Android phone, then you can change it at any time using an app. view it
In this tutorial, we show you some advanced features of the Android software keyboard as demonstrated on an Android smartphone. view it
The software keyboard on your Android phone has a variety of settings that you can change if you want to change language options, toggle suggestions and auto-correct, and so on. view it
In addition to allowing you to plug in a real electric guitar, you can also plug in a USB keyboard in order to record and play keyboards in GarageBand. view it
Finding and using the QWERTY keyboard on your iPhone view it
It's easy to choose a custom keyboard layout on your Android phone in the keyboard settings view it
You can work faster in Gmail if you make use of hotkeys and keyboard shortcuts view it