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 How many keys did the original computer keyboard have?

Answer In 1868, Christopher Latham Sholes patented the "Type-Writer" the predecessor of the computer keyboard. This 35-key board consisted of two rows of letters and numbers, lacked a shift key and typed... Read More »
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What do the F keys on my computer keyboard do?

Here is a brief rundown of the function key and what they can do for you. F1As a throwback to DOS days, you will find that the F1 key will often bring up a help menu. If you press F1 while working... Read More »
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How many keys are on a standard computer keyboard?

The standard U.S. computer keyboard contains 101 keys, according to PC Guide. However, other common variants exist, such as the "Windows" keyboard with 104 keys. Keyboards for non-English speakers ... Read More »
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How many keys does a standard computer keyboard have?

A standard computer keyboard, known as a "QWERTY" keyboard, has 104 keys. Approximately half of the keys on a standard computer keyboard produce characters such as letters, numbers and symbols, whi... Read More »
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