I flagged this question as off-topic, using the reason "Questions seeking product, service, or learning material recommendations are off-topic because they become outdated quickly and attract opinion-based answers. Instead, describe your situation and the specific problem you're trying to solve....". The flag was declined.
off-topic – Robert Columbia Feb 24 at 2:19 declined
The question text is:
I'd like to use multiple keyboards (all USB or one USB and one PS/2) with a different keyboard layout on each. Is this possible in Windows 7 or XP? Is there any software that can make it work? I'd prefer to avoid a hardware-based solution if possible.
My specific issue is that I prefer to use a Dvorak layout, but most of my colleagues use QWERTY. I'd quite like it if they could use my computer with a QWERTY layout by using a second keyboard, without affecting the layout of the primary one.
What am I not understanding about off-topicness on SU? I thought the off-topicness of resource requests was more or less the same as on Stack Overflow, given the shared close reasons. Are resource recommendation questions interpreted differently on SU than on SO when determining whether they are on topic?