Bulgarian Cyrillic keyboard on Windows 8
Follow these steps to install a Bulgarian keyboard on Windows 8.
You do not need a physical Bulgarian keyboard, this works on any keyword such as a standard QWERTY keyboard.
You will be able to easily switch back and forth between this and your current keyboard.
We will install a phonetic Bulgarian keyboard, which maps Bulgarian letters to the sounds of English letters. With this keyboard active, you will get a Bulgarian "Д" when you press the English letter key "D" on your normal keyboard.
You can also use a virtual Bulgarian keyboard on screen (see below).
You will find it a bit hard to find your way onto your new keyboard, at the beginning. Don't worry, you will quickly get the hang of it.
If you'd like, you can also show an on-screen keyboard so that you can visually click the keys to type text in Bulgarian.
To display this keyboard, you have to first have followed the steps above, then you can open the Start Menu, search for "on-screen keyboard" and open the search result.
See the guides to install a Bulgarian Cyrillic keyboard on other platforms.