1. Select one of United States, United States International or United Kingdom keyboard layouts and download the ZIP file at the bottom of the page. Then unzip the archive and run setup.exe as an administrator. Wait a few moments for the setup process to complete.
2. Go to Control Panel | Region and Language.
Windows Vista and Windows 7: Select 'Keyboard and Languages' tab and click 'Change keyboards...' button.
Windows XP: Select ‘Languages’ tab and click ‘Details…’ button.
Alternatively (for all Windows versions), you can also right click "EN" in the language bar and then select "Settings".
3. Under "Default input language" select the "+ Slovenian" keyboard and click Apply.
4. Now you can remove the non "+ Slovenian" keyboard layout versions, since there are no advantages in retaining them.
Just click on the original keyboard layouts, click "Remove" and then "Apply".
5. Text editing applications in Windows are for the most part aware of the language you type in. If you see "EN" in the Language bar, the typed text will be tagged as English. Since you don't want text in Slovenian to be marked as misspelled English, you would probably want to add Slovenian language.
In the same dialog box click "Add" to add input language. Select "Slovenian (Slovenia)", "Keyboard", "Show More...". Select "+ Slovenian" keyboard layout, then click "Apply".
You can do the same for Croatian, Bosnian (Latin) and Serbian (Latin) languages, since "+ Slovenian" keyboard layout also supports Ć and Đ letters present in those languages.
6. If you followed the instructions correctly, the end result should look like this:
To quickly switch between the languages, hold Left Alt and then press Left or Right Shift.
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