XPlite can uninstall On-Screen Keyboard, re-install or repair On-Screen Keyboard on Windows XP and Windows 2000. Improve Windows performance and security.
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On-Screen Keyboard On-Screen Keyboard

Displays a keyboard that is controlled by a mouse or switch input device.

Detailed information has not been added for this feature.

In XPlite Free Trial you can find On-Screen Keyboard under the group titled Accessibility Options Accessibility Options.

Install On-Screen Keyboard:

On-Screen Keyboard is a stand-alone component. The function of On-Screen Keyboard does not rely on any other XPlite Free Trial components and removing other components in XPlite Free Trial should not influence On-Screen Keyboard.

Uninstall On-Screen Keyboard:

On-Screen Keyboard is not required by other system components in XPlite Free Trial. You can safely uninstall On-Screen Keyboard without compromising other XPlite Free Trial components.

BUT PLEASE NOTE: You may have other software installed that does require On-Screen Keyboard. If you encounter any compatibility issues with other software you can quickly and easily reinstall On-Screen Keyboard using XPlite Free Trial.


XPlite Free Trial can completely uninstall On-Screen Keyboard and reinstall to repair On-Screen Keyboard on:

  • Windows XP Professional: orig, SP1, SP2
  • Windows XP Home: orig, SP1, SP2
  • Windows 2000 Professional: orig, SP1, SP2, SP3, SP4
  • Windows 2003 Server: orig, SP1, SP2(coming!)

User Removal Statistics for On-Screen Keyboard

Of 1249 sampled Windows XP users, 136 left On-Screen Keyboard installed and 1113 people uninstalled On-Screen Keyboard from their system.

Of 393 sampled Windows 2000 users, 9 left On-Screen Keyboard installed and 157 people uninstalled it from their system. No data for another 227 users (advanced features hidden or incomplete log data).

Pro Users can help us collect these removal statistics.

  1. In XPlite or 2000lite press XPlite properties button to access preferences.
  2. Ensure logging is on.
  3. Check "Send component state data when checking for upgrades" on the Preferences tab.
  4. Using the Check for Upgrades button on the About tab.

The information sent is the last block only of component installation state data - you can see this in the log as "option=1" or "option=0". No personal information is conveyed.

This option is available in the Free Trial Version of XPlite and also as part of XPlite Professional.

Thankyou for purchasing XPlite Professional.

On-Screen Keyboard is avalable as option in XPlite ProfessionalPRO On-Screen Keyboard is avalable as option in XPlite Free TrialTrial