The easiest to use online keyboard tester to check your keyboard's keys
Our keyboard testing tool detects your keyboard keys and displays them on the virtual keyboard above. We have simplified this testing tool, so you can easily check your new and old keyboards, to detect damage. All popular browsers should be able to use this tool. The virtual keyboard above might differ from the keyboard that you have, but the test is still effective.
Please take the following steps, to make sure that your keyboard is fully functional:
If some of the keys didn't turn green, it might be because your keyboard doesn't have that key, or your keyboard's key is malfunctioning. If you need help fixing common problems with your keyboard, please read the "Frequently Asked Questions" section below.
Here are the answers to questions that we frequently get about keyboard related problems.
Here are some common problems with keyboard and their fixes.
Keyboard keys getting stuck is a problem caused by either dust building up inside your keyboard or a sticky liquid under the keys. Most commonly, this issue gets resolved when you properly clean your keyboard. If you didn't know, you can pull the keys out of your keyboard to access the surface beneath your keyboard, making the cleaning process more manageable.
It could be an issue with either your keyboard's drivers or your operating system's language settings. To download and install new drivers, head over to your keyboard manufacturer's website and look for your keyboard's model, or use an automatic driver finder, such as DriverBooster. Read the "How to change keyboard language" section below to fix your operating system's language settings.
Keys not working on the Numpad is a widespread problem that is usually fixed by pressing the "Num Lock" key on the top-right side of your keyboard. The button "Num Lock" toggles your keyboard's Numpad area between two states: numeric state and alternative function state.
First of all, check if any of the keyboard's lights are on. If you cannot find any lights, then press your "CapsLock" key. If no lights have still turned on, then there might be an issue with either your cable or the keyboard isn't correctly connected to your computer.
It might be that the keyboard is damaged beyond repair, and it is time to buy a new keyboard.
Changing the keyboard language depends on the operating system you are using. Find your operating system in the list below.
Copy and pasting with the keyboard depends on the operating system you are using.
There are many different keyboard types and layouts, however the most common computer keyboard has 101 keys.