The standard Slovak keyboard layout is based on the QWERTZ configuration rather than the QWERTY layout.
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Key points to note about the Slovak QWERTZ keyboard layout:
- The "z" and "y" keys are swapped compared to the QWERTY layout.
- Special characters used in the Slovak language, such as "ú," "ň," "š," and "č," are easily accessible.
When setting up your computer for Slovak typing, you can choose the Slovak QWERTZ keyboard layout in the operating system settings. On Windows and macOS, you can add the Slovak language and keyboard layout in the control panel or system preferences. On Linux, you can configure the keyboard layout through system settings or configuration files.
Always refer to the documentation of your specific operating system for the most accurate instructions, as the steps may vary depending on the version you are using.