"The tomatoes are good."
Translation:टमाटर अच्छे हैं।
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I don't know about the Windows keyboard but च्छे(cche) is च-अ+छे = च्+छे.
You will have to type च and then look for the 'halant' sign ् to get च् which is the just the consonant without the अ vowel sign. Then type छे as you normally would (छ with the े sign). They will automatically form the conjunct.
On a Mac, using the Devanagari–QWERTY keyboard, I find that typing c gives च then F (shift+F) gives the halant symbol on it, but underlined. If I then type C (shift+C) it just gives च ् छ. So first do one delete (i.e. backspace) before typing C (shift+C); this removes the underline, and results in च्छ. Then e is typed, forming च्छे.