What's the best way to sanitize a laptop's keyboard, screen and mouse?
Disinfectant wipes are my preferable sanitizer. If you using rubbing alcohol, you might damage the keyboard
Can i hook a pc keyboard up to my laptop?
You can as long as it has the correct port. If the keyboard has a USB connector, just plug it into one of the USB ports on your Laptop. If the keyboard has a PS2 connector, your Laptop must also have a PS2 port for the keyboard. Sometimes a PS2 to USB adapter will work. Good Luck and keep your computer away for young children; they can choke on small items such as the keyboard keys and some also have small springs. The Laptop keyboard keyboard can be replaced - check this option out from a reputable computer store.
Why is my keyboard not working?
It has nothing to do with the motherboard. Your problem must be either the keyboard or the usb driver since a wifi and usb keyboard use the USB port to communicate. Not having anything to go on regarding your system, P. C. , desktop, Mac, laptop? You may have to change the usb port settings to legacy setting for it to recognize the keyboard using that port. Still, if everything is the same in your bios as before this adventure, and If you already destroyed the old windows that you had, your best bet is to use a keyboard that uses the standard keyboard port since it is the only way for the system to recognize a keyboard before a windows installation
are keyboard and piono the same thing? do they have any differences?
Yes, of course keyboards are smaller than pianos. Keyboards are electronic, because they are plugged in. But a major thing to note is that though the range of a piano is much larger because it has more keys (usually it can go higher and lower than a keyboard), the keyboard can give you different tones. Usually you can press a few buttons and voila, your keyboarding can sound like a church choir. Press a few more buttons, and you get a drum. My old keyboard from the late 90s even has fireworks, so any new keyboard should probably have cooler tones. Another major difference is that in most cases, a keyboard's keys are not as hard to play as a piano. With a piano, the strike of a key makes a hammer hit a string on the inside, which makes the sound. On a keyboard, one touch of the key simply registers an electronic pitch stored into the "computer" of the keyboard. I started piano on a keyboard, then graduated to an upright piano. For beginners, it is usually more cost-effective to buy a $50-$100 keyboard that can easily be donated or thrown away if the student chooses not to continue than to purchase a $10,000 beautiful baby grand piano that would be heart-wrenching to get rid of. If you plan on learning to play the piano, I recommend that you start with a keyboard first so you do not end up wasting precious money if you do not continue. Other than that, the keys are the same, and people do not have a problem transitioning from keyboard to piano or vice versa, aside from the weight of the keys. Good luck!
Apple Adjustable Keyboard
The Apple Adjustable Keyboard is an ergonomic keyboard introduced by Apple Computer, Inc. in 1993 for the Macintosh family of personal computers. The keyboard attaches to the computer via the Apple Desktop Bus port. The last Apple computer released compatible with this keyboard without using a USB to ADB adapter was the Power Macintosh G3 (Blue and White), as it was the last one with the Apple Desktop Bus. It aimed to solve repetitive stress injuries resulting in carpal tunnel syndrome, after several computer keyboard manufacturers were sued for poor design. The Apple Adjustable Keyboard came with contoured plastic wrist rests, and a separate keypad with function keys and arrow keys. This was the third and last time Apple offered a separate numeric keypad. Unlike its predecessors, it was not sold separately. The keyboard also included volume buttons and a record button on the right side of the keyboard. It was hinged at the top, allowing the user to adjust the angle between the right and left sides of the keyboard. The split came between the key pairs: 5/6, T/Y, G/H, and B/N. The space bar floated midway between the two parts. Although the keyboard addressed several ergonomic problems, it was reviewed poorly due to using a large amount of desk space, mainly because of the optional palm rests. The keyboard uses Alps SKFS switches, which provide tactile feedback with a slightly "clicky" feel.