Logitech Craft Windows 11 Software Download Driver for Craft Advanced Keyboard with Creative Input Dial. Support Windows 11, Mac 12 with Latest Logitech Options and Firmware Update Tool.
The Logitech Craft keyboard is compatible with Windows and Mac computers and can work with both. It includes standard media controls and keys to adjust screen brightness, as well as a calculator button. The keyboard has a single Start and Apple Command key, as well as three Easy-Switch switches that allow you to quickly change the volume, speed and other settings. It also includes the option to pair it with up to three different devices, such as a mouse and a monitor.
The Logitech Craft comes with dedicated application keys, Action Center keys, and minimizing/locking buttons for easy access to various computer applications. The keyboard also has two USB ports for charging. There are no USB cables needed to connect the Craft to your computer. Lastly, the keyboard has an SDK that allows developers to build extensions to make it even more functional. You’ll appreciate the convenience of using this new device for your digital projects.
The Logitech Craft keyboard connects to three devices through Bluetooth or a USB dongle. Unlike most computer peripherals, the Craft uses an executable file called Logitech Options to connect the Craft’s crown to your PC’s applications. However, Windows 10 S does not support the craft’s 2.4GHz wireless technology, and this means it isn’t compatible with the Craft. Users will have to use a different operating system to use this device, so it’s necessary to install the latest version of the software.
Downloads Logitech Craft Driver for Windows
|File Size||227 Mb|
|Operating System||windows 7, windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 11|
Logitech Craft Software Download for Windows
Logitech Craft Advanced Keyboard Driver for Mac
|Operating System||Mac OS 10.15, Mac OS 11, and Mac OS 12.0|
Logitech Craft Software Download for Mac
Logitech Craft User Manual Download
Keystroke ghosting on Logitech membrane keyboards
The two most common Logitech keyboards are mechanical and membrane, with the primary difference being how the key activates the signal that is sent to your computer.
With membrane, the activation is made between the membrane surface and circuit board and these keyboards can be susceptible to ghosting. When certain multiple keys (usually three or more*) are pressed simultaneously, not all of the keystrokes will appear and one or more may disappear ( ghosted).
An example would be if you would type XML very rapidly but don’t release the X key before pressing the M key and subsequently press the L key, then only X and L would appear.
Logitech Craft, MX Keys and the K860 are membrane keyboards and may experience ghosting. If this is a concern we would recommend to try a mechanical keyboard instead.
*Pressing two modifier keys (Left Ctrl, Right Ctrl, Left Alt, Right Alt, Left Shift, Right Shift and Left Win) together with one regular key should still work as expected.
Can I switch my mouse and keyboard at the same time using one Easy-Switch button?
It is not possible to use one Easy-Switch button to at the same time change both your mouse and keyboard to a different computer/device.
We do understand that this is a feature that a lot of customers would like. If you are switching between Apple macOS and/or Microsoft Windows computers, we offer Flow. Flow allows you to control multiple computers with a Flow-enabled mouse. Flow automatically switches between computers by moving your cursor to the edge of the screen, and the keyboard follows.
In other cases where Flow is not applicable, one Easy-Switch button for both mouse and keyboard might look like a simple answer. However, we cannot guarantee this solution at the moment, as it is not easy to implement.
Unable to load extensions with Adobe Photoshop
If you’re getting the error “LogiOptions extension could not be loaded because it was not properly signed”, please remove the Adobe Photoshop plugin and then add it again
Wireless device does not work or is not recognized
- Low battery levels
- Plugging the receiver into a USB hub or other unsupported device such as a
- KVM switch
NOTE: Your receiver must be plugged directly into your computer.
- Using your wireless keyboard on metal surfaces
- Radio frequency (RF) interference from other sources, such as wireless speakers, cell phone, and so on
- Windows USB port power settings