Staring from 1 January 2007, Janko's Keyboard Generator For Windows 95, 98 and ME is not being sold anymore.
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The information and links that follow are not reflecting the current state of anything mentioned or linked. What follows is a relatively accurate snapshot of the several years old page on this address.
Janko's Keyboard Generator
for Windows 95, 98 and ME
This document is provided only for your convenience. By using the procedures described here you modify the settings of your Windows 95, 98 or ME system to let the Windows 95, 98 or ME know about the new kbd file. The kbd file format is designed by Microsoft to be used in Windows 95, 98 and ME. Janko's Keyboard Generator for Windows 95, 98 and ME just helps you generate the kbd files. The author of the program is not responsible for any effect caused by your possible erroneous modification of Windows settings, or by your generation of the incomplete kbd file. If you don't consider yourself experienced enough to modify the system settings you should invite somebody more experienced to help you.
Let's say you want to have yours own Russian layout and that you
downloaded or generated a
The languages are switched from keyboard by the Left Alt + Shift key combination by default. You can change the combination by visiting Control Panel once again. To switch languages with the mouse, just click on the indicator in the taskbar, which is on the right of the taskbar clock.
Enjoy using the new keyboard layout!
The .reg file is here just to make it easier for the users not familiar
To install the file for some other language
you have to find out
the appropriate entry in Registry. Then you have to change
The appropriate entry in Registry is
the entry that corresponds to the language
for which you want to have customized layout, e.g. for Serbian language you have to find layout where the
Written by Janko Stamenović