When we chat using emojis, our chats will be more expressive. Usually, emojis are used on chatting apps for android or iPhone, but actually you are also able to use emojis on laptop Windows. Do you know how to add emojis on the keyboard of your PC or laptop? If you want to know about it, you are able to read the explanation below about how to add emoji on a Windows Laptop keyboard according to the Telset site.
Before you read the tutorial of how to add emoji on a Windows laptop keyboard, it is important for you to note that Microsoft is the most universal operating system and now you are able to add emojis on laptop or PC which uses Windows 10 or Windows 11 through the keyboard on the screen. The emojis are also built-in for Windows 8.1 and support on Windows 7 as well.
It seems that you cannot wait anymore, so here are the tutorials of how to add emojis on a Windows laptop keyboard according to the Telset site.
1. The Steps to Add Emojis on Windows 8.1 and 10 Keyboard
If you want to add emojis on Windows 8.1 or 10, it is very easy. If you want to access the emojis, you need to use a keyboard on the screen. If you want to display emojis on Windows 10, you just have to press the keyboard icon in the tray system.
If you cannot find a keyboard icon on Windows 10, you are able to right click on the taskbar and then give a check mark in the Show Touch Keyboard Button. If you use Windows 8.1, you are able to find it by right clicking on the taskbar and then choose Toolbars > Touch keyboard.
If you want to use the emojis, the thing that you have to do is to press the button in the left of the space button. Emoticons here have been categorized into 7 types.
And if you want to change the category, just click on the emoji category button in the below section.
If you want to find emoji in the same category, you have to click on the > button or < button which can be found on the left side of the keyboard.
Do you want to change the color of emoticons in Windows 10? If so, you have to choose the people category and then click on the color button which can be found in the bottom left side of the keyboard. For your information, there are six types of different colors.
2. The Steps to Display Emoticons on Windows 7
If your computer uses Windows 7, don’t worry because you are also able to use emoticons because it supports emoticons as well. However, you need to note that Windows 7 does not have a touch keyboard on the screen that enables you to use emoticons when typing. If you want to display emoticons on your Windows 7 laptop, you have to copy and paste the emojis from Get Emoji or other emoticon providers.
On those emoticon providers, you are able to choose the emoji that you want to use and then press Ctrl+C and after that paste the emoji to your typing by pressing Ctrl+V. However, note that Windows 7 is only able to support black and white emojis.
3. The Steps to Display Emoticon on Windows 11
Windows 11 is the newest OS and of course it supports emojis. Same as Windows 10, this OS also has a keyboard on the screen with a lot of newest emojis.
If you want to display the emojis on the Windows 11, you are able to right click on the taskbar and then choose the Taskbar Settings. After that, you have to activate the Touch Keyboard option in the Taskbar Corner Icons section.
Close the taskbar setting page and automatically the keyboard icon will appear on the bottom right corner of the screen. Now, you are able to click on that keyboard icon and then choose the love icon.
And then, you have to click on the emoticon icon to display emojis on your Windows laptop easily. There are a lot of emojis that you are able to add.
Well, that’s all the tutorial about how to add emojis on a Windows laptop keyboard according to the Telset site. It is easy to add emojis on a Windows laptop keyboard, isn’t it?
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