Powershell reacts to Lithuanian 9 and 0 in a wrong way starting Windows 1809
It's not an idea, it's a bug.
Lithuanian keyboard is known to use the right Alt as AltGr.
As a top keyboard row in the Lithuanian keyboard layout is Lithuanian characters, holding AltGr allows all the top row to become an English US keyboard again.
This way, holding AltGr enables to type numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0. But not in Powershell, that ships with Windows 1809. Be it Windows Server 2019 1809, or Windows 10 1809.
Starting with this Powershell, typing AltGr+9 and AltGr+0 does nothing and this is wrong.
Typing numbers in Powershell with Lithuanian keyboard on a notebook computer becomes nightmare.