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Even Micro$oft Windoze has keyboards using the AltGr.

For a list of available keyboard layouts in Windoze:

An example of a U.S. English (US-International) keyboard layout which
uses the AltGr:

On my main PC (Linux), I use the English-International keyboard as my
default layout because a lot of my typing uses words in French,
German, and other languages. It is way easier than having to open
Character Map, find the desired character, copy it, and paste. AFAIK,
all Linux flavours and all Windoze versions have the ability to switch
between keyboard layouts.

T. R. Valentine
Your friends will argue with you. Your enemies don't care.
'When I get a little money I buy books; and if any is left I buy food
and clothes.' -- Erasmus

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