Use "hot keys" - the so-called individual key or a combination thereof, which the press is reserved by the operating system for a particular operation.Language change usually corresponds to a combination of the Alt and Shift, although there is another option - using the built-in components of Windows it can be changed to Ctrl + Shift.If you use another program, tweaker, it can not exclude that it can help your computer involved in some other combination.
Activate the Language bar if you want to switch the input from the Cyrillic to the Latin alphabet wi
th the mouse pointer.This is a separate component of the graphical user interface Windows, which can be either placed on the taskbar, or in the form of a small rectangular window placed in any convenient place for you on the screen.This box will always be placed on top of open windows.To enable it, right-click free space on the taskbar, open the section "Toolbars" in the popup context menu and select "Language Bar."
In Windows 7, you will not find this item, therefore, proceed through the search box in the main menu of the operating system - enter into it the word "language" in the table with the search results, click the link "Change the language of the interface."Launch the setup language and regional standards, where on the "Keyboards and Languages" you need to click "Change keyboards ยป.In the next window, click the "Language Bar" and place a check mark in the first ("Settles in any place") or second ("enshrined in the taskbar") lines.Here there are three checkboxes with which you can set the transparency of the panel, its duplication on the taskbar and the notification area (in the "tray").Then click the OK button and the procedure is completed.
If you have to frequently type texts with both the Cyrillic and the Latin script, install any of the programs, automatically recognize the input language and switching it without your participation.For example, it may be an application Punto Swither (