A keyswitch is tactile if it has a bump in its response to finger pressure at or near the engagement point where the keypress registers and before the key bottoms out at the end of its travel. A keyboard is tactile if it is made with tactile keyswitches. Terms Travel: The trajectory of a keyswitch from the top (when… Continue reading Keyswitch in Mechanical Keyboard Guide
Sitting at your computer for any period of time can be a very exhausting even painful experience, fixating on a computer screen fatigues by overriding natural reflexes that coordinate and align posture, properly sit. And too many workplace injuries that could be avoided, prevention is always the better option than cure. This is a checklist… Continue reading How to properly sit in front of a computer
Typing Technique for Beginner This typing technique is applied for beginner only, used to remember the keyboard layout if you’ve already known how to typing. Skip this article and find other challenge typing texts at MasteringTyping.com The fastest way to type is to touch type (type without looking at the keyboard) with all 10 fingers.… Continue reading The Quick Brown Fox – Typing Technique for Beginner
Every time you take your hand off the keyboard, it costs a few seconds. This may not sound like much, but it adds up over the course of a day. With a little memory work and the right tools, you can boost your productivity if your daily job relies heavily on using Windows. They just don’t… Continue reading Common Shortcut Keys to Boost Your Productivity
A Dvorak keyboard designed for speed typing. The Dvorak keyboard was designed in the 1930s by August Dvorak, a professor of education, and his brother-in-law, William Dealy. Unlike the traditional QWERTY keyboard, the Dvorak keyboard is designed so that the middle row of keys includes the most common letters. In addition, common letter combinations are… Continue reading Is it worth switching to Dvorak keyboard?
Typing tests measure two things, speed (wpm) and mistakes. So when you take our typing speed test, do not look only at your speed, look also at the number of your mistakes and concentrate on reducing your mistakes in future tests rather than increasing your typing speed. The end result will be increased productivity.… Continue reading Formula to measure typing speed in WPM
Are mechanical keyboards affect your typing? The Bright Side of Mechanical Keyboards as I know Speed and precision: Accentuating a key in a mechanical keyboards results in some form of tactile feedback, telling you that you’ve pressed the key successfully. Also, unlike dome-switch keyboards, you don’t need to press a key all the way down… Continue reading Are mechanical keyboards affect your typing?