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Re: Strange GAKT for यहूदी

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Originally Posted by blastfromthepast View Post
Why don't Indians install proper input systems on their comptuers, or have them by default on installs, rather than relying on 'web based' input systems built into websites?
That's a great question but I think it would need a local to give a decent answer. My crap uninformed answer would be:
a) Historically, and yes I mean historically, computers in India were used by people that could type English
b) Diversity in languages in India meant virtual keyboards were a necessity
c) (Wild guess) Some languages used in India might not be suitable for physical keyboards

But yes, great question. Do modern Indian PC's come equipped with dual Hindi / English keyboards, and if not, why not?

What about Indian Macs? Thai Macs have dual Thai / English keyboards, I wonder if Indian Macs do .... I'll research
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