The Touch keyboard on a Windows 11 allows you to type in any program when the physical keyboard is not working properly. You can use your finger to type like a mobile if you have a touch screen Windows device. This keyboard comes with all the keys you usually see on a physical keyboard.
Although it does the job pretty well, you will not hear a clicking sound when you press a key. Using the Registry Editor, you can get rid of this problem.
If you often use the Touch keyboard on your Windows 11 PC but do not like the silent typing experience, this gearupwindows article will guide you on getting the typing sound.
How to Turn On/Off Touch Keyboard Typing Sound in Windows 11 using Windows Registry?
To enable or disable the Touch Keyboard tying sound in Windows 11 using Windows Registry, do the following:-
Step 1. First, open the Registry Editor window.
Step 2. When Registry Editor opens, navigate to the following key in the left side pane:-
Step 3. After that, look into the right side pane and find DWORD EnableKeyAudioFeedback. If it does not exist, right-click on the free space and select New > DWORD (32-bit) Value.
Step 4. Rename it
Step 5. Now, double click on
Step 6. Set the “Value data” as 1 to enable sound on Touch Keyboard. If you wish to disable the sound, set the “Value data” to 0 by double-clicking on
How to Enable or Disable Touch Keyboard Typing Sound in Windows 11 using Keyboard Settings?
To enable or disable the Touch Keyboard Typing Sound in Windows 11 using Keyboard Settings, use the following steps:-
Step 1. First, press
Step 2. Then, click on the
Step 3. Check or uncheck the option “Use click sound.”
Step 4. Finally, click the
That’s it. According to your needs, you can enable or disable the Touch keyboard Typing Sound in Windows 11.