Windows Vista bizarrelly does not have a keyboard layout with UK letter positioning and dead-keys. That means, if you want to type an accented á, for example, either you use the US-International with dead keys, which have some letters in the wrong places, or you put some other latin keyboard that contains the appropriate keys, but obviously in the wrong positions.
This keyboard layout solves that prolem. If you type ~n you get ñ, if you type ^a you will get an â. Every symbol is where it should be in the keyboard.
Just download, run the setup.exe, and choose it as your keyboard layout as any other keyboard layout. Of course, being this an executable file that will ask for admnistration permisions to be installed, you have to simply trust it.
It was made by a Microsoft Keyboard Assistance that is available on the web, so it is not big deal.
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