I made one that makes it easier to write Hebrew for beginners. If you do not want to use it but only install a standard Hebrew keyboard or Greek then skip point nr 1, 2 & 6. 1. extract the folder and run "setup". 2. Restart your computer 3. type "windows settings" in the windows search bar at the bottom left of the screen next to the windows icon and press enter 4. select Time & Language 5. select Language 6. You should be able to see Hebrew - Custom keyboard 7. If not then click add language and then select Hebrew - Custom. 8. From here it is easy to use these keyboards as one of your options to select in the bottom right of your screen next to time and date.
I Organized the Hebrew keyboard to fit the English Alphabet like this: a = א (first Hebrew letter) --- b = ב (second Hebrew letter) --- c = ג (third Hebrew letter). so the orders of the letters are the same. You can also get the uppercase letters of Hebrew by using Shift on their lowercases.