Virtual on-screen keyboard for any taste
Replace Windows On-Screen Keyboard with Hot Virtual Keyboard and start typing like a pro in just minutes!
Hot Virtual Keyboard packs a number of advanced features to make on-screen typing faster, easier and more accurate. Make full use of your touch-screen or type with a mouse quickly and efficiently!
Compatible with Windows 11, 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP
Join over 250,000 satisfied users around the world
There are more than 60 different virtual on-screen keyboards supplied with Hot Virtual Keyboard.
Haven't found the perfect keyboard? Modify any virtual keyboard or create your own interactive keyboard by specifying the background, shape, color and font of the keys, sounds for different key groups, and many more parameters to create a virtual on-screen keyboard to your liking.
Hot Virtual Keyboard supports all languages and keyboard layouts installed in Windows and is ready to help users of any devices all over the world.
A single tap launches an application, opens a Web site or executes a keystroke macro. Pre-program keys to perform routine text editing tasks such as copying and pasting, or to control the behavior of opened windows and various aspects of your system.
Hot Virtual Keyboard software lets you type faster and more accurate by suggesting words based on just one or two taps.
The technology works much like the one available in smartphones, enabling faster and more accurate typing by suggesting the correct words after entering just a few symbols. Users of Tablets, Ultra-mobile PCs, Panel PCs, Car PCs and similar touch-screen devices will find this feature indispensable.
Hot Virtual Keyboard enables you to use gestures to quickly type capital letters, spaces, or perform other specified actions.
Three finger tap on your touchscreen will toggle the visibility of the on-screen keyboard.
To move the on-screen keyboard, touch it with two fingers, and then move them to where you want to move the keyboard.
To resize the keyboard, touch the on-screen keyboard with two fingers, and then move the fingers toward each other (pinch) or away from each other (stretch).