Russian Keyboard Layout
There are several Russian keyboard layouts.
Russian Windows Layout
The most popular, is Russian Windows layout. This is the default layout in Microsoft Windows for Russian.
• Russian has 33 letters. It uses 7 more key spots than English's 26. So, punctuation characters are mostly moved to the number row, and many other symbol character are removed.
• Comma and period shares a key.
• The following characters are not available on Russian layout. To type them, you need to switch out of Russian layout.
Russian has 33 letters.
[see Unicode Cyrillic Ж]
Russian Layout Heatmap
Russian Letter Frequency
[see Character Frequency Counter]
Russian UKNC Keyboard
In Traditional Russian Typewriter layout, the number row has symbols swapped with numbers. To enter numbers, you need to press Shift.
The Russian Typewriter layout can be found on many Russian typewriters produced before the 1990s, and it is the default Russian keyboard layout in the OpenSolaris operating system.
UKNC (Russian: УКНЦ) was a Soviet PDP-11-compatible educational computer, aimed at teaching school informatics courses.
UKNC stands for Educational Computer by Scientific Centre.
[2017-05-05 Wikipedia UKNC]
Russian Apple Keyboard
[see Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Keyboard]
[see Alternative Keyboard Layouts]
See also: Russian Keyboard Layout and Programing
- Alt Graph, Compose, Dead Key
- Most Efficient Layout?
- Maltron vs Dvorak
- Colemak vs Workman
- Dvorak Layout
- Hardware vs Software Dvorak
- Myth of QWERTY vs Dvorak
- Dvorak vs Colemak
- Blank Keycaps vs Labeled Keys
- List of Dvorak Keyboards
- Qwerty to Dvorak, A PhD thesis, 1978
- International Layouts
- QWERTZ, AZERTY
- German Ergonomic
- New French Layout
- French Ergonomic
- French Letter Frequency
- Portuguese Ergonomic
- Chinese Input Methods
- Japanese Layouts
Char Frequency Counter
- Most Efficient Layout for Numbers?
- Semicolon vs Apostrophe Frequency
- Inverted Number Row Better?
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