The standard Armenian keyboard layout is based on the Armenian alphabet, and it is designed to facilitate typing in the Armenian language. There are two main variants of the Armenian keyboard layout: Eastern Armenian and Western Armenian.
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The differences between the two primarily involve the placement of certain characters to match the specific needs of each variant.
This layout is optimized for Eastern Armenian, which is the more widely spoken variant of the Armenian language. Note that the Armenian script is written from left to right.
The Western Armenian keyboard layout is less standardized and might vary more depending on specific preferences and software implementations.
To use the Armenian keyboard on your computer, you'll need to set it up in your operating system's language and keyboard settings. The steps for doing so may vary depending on whether you are using Windows, macOS, or Linux. If you specify your operating system, I can provide more detailed instructions.