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We recently submitted Keyman Desktop for Windows 8 certification, continuing our tradition of Microsoft compatibility.

The Windows 8 certification program was designed to help consumers identify apps that work well with Windows 8 devices. It shows that Keyman Desktop is an important part of the Windows experience.

This means that Keyman Desktop is now certified for Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8, in 32 bit and 64 bit versions, ensuring you'll have a smooth and reliable experience across these platforms. Of course Keyman Desktop continues to work on Windows XP too!

Keyman Desktop supports typing in over 1000 languages, which is approximately 800 more than Windows 8 supports natively. You can get Keyman Desktop for Windows here: Keyman Desktop.


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