Will an Apple keyboard work on a Windows computer?
Apple keyboards are USB keyboards, and all basic functions will work just fine on a PC, with some limitations: the hardware control functions (volume control, brightness control, media control buttons, etc.) will not work, and the modifier keys are marked differently than those on a Windows computer (for example, the [option] key on a Mac keyboard is where the [Windows] key would be on a PC keyboard).
yes. it does work with windows
No. I'd say just get a standard keyboard. They aren't very expensive.
Most Apple software is designed to work on their Mac OS X operating system and will not work on a computer running the Windows operating system. Apple does make some of their software available for Windows such as iTunes and their Safari browser.
Windows is the operating system on a Microsoft computer or an Apple computer running windows drivers. Without windows your computer would not work.
If the CD contains photos or music they will work on a Mac. If the CD contains a Windows program it will not run on any Apple computer.
On my apple computer, I hold down the "alt" key and press the keys. Now i have no idea what character goes to which but try it out. I don't know if this will work on windows but give it a go. :)
Most standard keyboards can work with an Apple Mac but those specifically designed to work with a Mac will have the Mac specific keys such as Command etc.
Yes. If your computer has a PS/2 port, you can use a PS/2 keyboard with Vista.
he was the one who invented windows so they gave him the job.
Yes, Garage Band will not work on a Windows PC.
Nope. Apple uses Quicktime which is not compatible with Windows Movie Maker. The Quicktime video will need to be converted before it can be imported into the program.
Movie Maker is Windows software so will not work with an Apple Mac where the equivalent software is called iMovie.
I have a Apple PC with two operating system. The keyboard I use is the S-530. Just recently, the number keys to the right of the keyboard will not work when I use my Mac. They work on my Windows XP system.. It appears that these keys are locked when I use my Mac. What can I do? Thanks
If the keyboard is working as the computer is booting up, the num lock and caps lock should be able to turn off and you should be able to enter CMOS setup. If this is the case something in Windows is preventing the keyboard from working. Try booting the computer into Safe Mode and see if the keyboard works in Safe Mode. If the num lock and caps lock do not work and you are… Read More
Apple's Magic Mouse drivers for Windows have been extracted from the Mac software and are available for installing on a Windows computer. (See links below)
The Sims life stories is not compatible on an apple personal computer because the disc is for a windows personal computer. I have tried it on my apple computer and it didn't come up in finder or DVD player so you have to get a Sims game which is compatible on an apple. Ask a techie for more info.
Any wireless keyboard will work with a Mac. However the very best is the Apple wireless keyboard and Apple Magic Mouse. They are bluetooth and just work with no additional hardware or software.
i personally dont own a iphone but all there ipods work with windows, so it should, if any doubt, contact the place where you will be buying it
Graphic User Interface 98 Windows 2k XP MAC etc. You can physically work on one with the computer with a mouse and keyboard.
Yes as long as it meets hardware requirements. Most USB and Bluetooth keyboards should work fine with macs.
All the parts of an Apple computer make it work.
The current Apple Wireless Keyboard uses Bluetooth, so it is compatible with all iPads. Any standard Bluetooth keyboard will work.
POSITIVES The Mac Computer from Apple is very high tech Great Graphics. Very High Definition. Depending on what type of "apple" computer you have it either has a touch screen or a keyboard. Either one work great. The only thing that is negative about buying it is that it cost a lot. Also I think you should expect that, because it is a very high tech and modernized computer. Plus the cool accessorises that you… Read More
The keyboard is solely used to allow the user to instruct the computer. The computer itself will work without it !
The same way you work on any all-in-one computer be is Mac or Windows. YouTube has many videos showing how to take an iMac apart.
Yes. Be aware tho unless it specifically says made for Mac it may be a Mac/Windows universal keyboard and some do require drivers to map the keys for Apples key arrangement. Just make sure they cover the latest OS that you are using. Do not get rid of the original Apple keyboard as it is needed for future trouble shooting, for example, USB device problems.
On the latest update with Apple TV - apple made their TV compatible with the Apple Bluetooth keyboard. To pair the devices, on Apple TV go to settings - Bluetooth - Turn the Bluetooth and The keyboard on - After searching the TV should find the keyboard (if it is in range) When it does it will ask you to type in a 4 digit code on the keyboard to pair the 2 devices. You… Read More
There is a wide range of Sims games available for the Apple Mac. Any that do not work are probably versions created for another operating system such as Windows.
Basically any keyboard should work. If your Mac came with a keyboard then it already has the Boot Camp Windows drivers installed to work with out any problems. Windows is a native install via Boot Camp so treat it just like you would if it was an HP, Dell, etc, Windows PC. Be aware tho most 3rd party Mac/Windows keyboards may have drivers to install to get the most useage out of it. (F-keys, etc.)… Read More
Apple produces some software such as iTunes and the Safari browser for both their own Mac OS X and the Windows operating system. Most of Apples applications are created to work on an Apple Mac computer with Mac OS X and are not available for computers running the Windows operating system.
Does a computer have to run Windows 2000 or XP for an iPod to function correctly even if iTunes is not used?
iPod and Windows Per Apple support "requires Windows 2000 SP4 or Windows XP". I have not gotten my iPod to work on 98se but did get it to work on WinME. Works on all Mac's (I have OS 8 - 10.4), and Slackware (Linux).
Not really, it'll be too slow to actually do anything even on a good computer. Use Windows XP or Apple instead.
A keyboard is a peripheral device as it is connected to the computer system. It is used for type work up to the computer.
Most CCTV or Security Cameras will work with a Windows based computer and other devices. In addition there are specialty networks that work specifically with Apple products.
The O.S. or the operating system controls the hardware of a computer.If there is no O.S. installed,the computer won't work. If you want to know the examples of Operating Systems,they are: Windows 95,Windows 98,Windows 2000,Novell Netware,UNIX,MacOS(for Apple Mac computers)etc.
When you plug in the keyboard to your computer it will automatically install. If it does not install right away give your computer a few minutes to work on it. If there was a disk included with your keyboard you may have to insert it to install your keyboard.
No, just about any keyboard will work with a Mac.
Probably so. I have a Windows XP partition on my Mac Notebook Pro and the little Apple mouse does fine. You will need a little program called 'AppleMouse' so you get a right button function when holding the CTL key. I can't recall where I found it, sorry.
The Apple Computer works just like a regular computer but a little faster and spend less time trying to get it to work and never get viruses
As far as i know, the xbox 360 is not equipped with bluetooth for the keyboard to connect to
You can do this in settings, under general, and then keyboard. If this doesn't work, bring your iphone 4 into an Apple store, and one of the Apple store employees can help you change the qwerty board to the 3x4 keyboard.
No, almost any computer keyboard will work on a Mac.
The computer keyboard works as the main hardware used to key in information into a computer. Laptops usually have an internal keyboard while desktops use external keyboards.
Yes. If the keyboard is a USB keyboard, it can be connected to either a Mac or PC. Older serial or PS/2 keyboards should work as well, but might need an adapter. While the alphanumeric keys and some others will work as expected, the functions of keys around the perimeter of the keyboard might not work as expected. That is, Control/Option/Command might be in a slightly different order when used on a PC and the… Read More
As long as you can plug it in, it will likely work with any Apple computer.
you plug it in to your computer and the apple tv makes your computer work like a tv
No they for work all computers that have windows XP or higher.
It is a matter of opinion if Apple computers work better then Windows computers. I personally feel Windows computers run for longer and are compatible with more programs that can be downloaded or installed.
The guy who said "It has to be a MAC computer or else it would not work." was incorrect. When it says "WIN" on the box, that means "Any Computer With WINdows Installed". Nowadays, this usually refers to Windows XP, Windows 2000, or Windows Vista, but in a lot of cases, Windows 98 or Windows ME will work just as well.
I don't know, but if you shut down your computer then restart it the keyboard will usually work then:)