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 Why are computer keys laid out the way they are?

Answer The QWERTY keyboard layout was designed so that successive keystrokes would alternate sides of the keyboard so as to avoid jams in manual typewriters. First designs of manual typewriters using keyb... Read More »
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Why are the keys on a typewriter arranged like they are?

The arrangement of keys on our typewriters and computers may seem arbitrary, but there is actually an interesting story behind the development of what is called the "QWERTY" keyboard.Christopher Sh... Read More »
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F1 to F12 function keys on a keyboard: Do you know what they all do?

have a list of keyboard shortcut .http://support.microsoft.com/kb/126449http://support.microsoft.com/kb/301583http://www.helpwithpcs.com/tipsandtricks…hope you find this useful
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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 DO YOU TURN OFF STICKY KEYS ON THE COMPUTER?

ok you press the [[[LEFT SHIFT KEY]]] to turn it OFF!!!!then you press [[[THE RIGHT SHIFT KEY]]] one to turn the stickykeys ONhope this helps!:]-Spinelli. [♥'s Preston!]
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