I have always liked the American expression "Put your money where your mouth is." or its abbreviated version, "Put up, or shut up." In my first answer above I gave this question's author a method of installing a Hebrew keyboard on a Windows computer. And so it has come to "put my money where my mouth is" and demonstrate the result of doing my method.
I have no knowledge of the Hebrew language, but here for your inspection are the key outputs for the virtual Hebrew language keyboard that I installed and is now alternately keyboard-selected between English and Hebrew.
English QWERTY (international standard*) keyboard:
q w e r t y u I o p [ ]
a s d f g h j k l ; ' \
\ z x c v b n m , . /
Hebrew (Israel) keyboard:
/ ' ק ר א ט ו ן ם פ ] [
ש ד ג כ ע י ח ל ך ף , \
\ ז ס ב ה נ מ צ ת ץ .
SE has ignored the block quote marks I put in my input draft, so please believe me when I tell you that despite SE's ignorance (or mine!) the Hebrew keyboard does echo CRLF new line, as it did in my draft where there's a CRLF at the end of top, middle, and bottom line of each keyboard's alpha keys.
I don't know the Hebrew language, so I would have to practice using my virtual Hebrew keyboard the same way as I learned how to use my virtual Russian language keyboard: by type-copying the Hebrew text you can find in printed books, magazines, and newspapers in hardcopy, or the same on the web.
בוקר טוב! איך אתה מרגיש היום? האם אתם מוכנים להתחיל לנסות את מקלדת QWERTY העברית החדשה שלכם? [not formatted]
*As I noted in my first answer (above) I found no listing for a "Hebrew keyboard" offering in the three Amazon's I looked through. All of the many, many, listings in those three Amazon's were for QWERTY keyboards. So if what you are looking for, among other things, is how to type on a pre-computer age Hebrew language keyboard, well, good luck, eh?