Qwerty

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QWERTY

QWERTY i is the most common modern-day keyboard layout for Latin script. The name comes from reading the first six keys appearing on the top left letter row of the keyboard ({keypress|Q}, {keypress|W}, {keypress|E}, {keypress|R}, {keypress|T}, and {keypress|Y}) from left to right. The QWERTY design is based on a layout created for the Sholes and G...
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Qwerty

QWERTY refers to a standard English-language typewriter keyboard layout (sometimes called the Sholes keyboard after its inventor), as opposed to Dvorak or foreign-language layouts or APL keyboard. It is sometimes said that it was designed to slow down the typist, but this is wrong; it was designed to allow faster typing - under a constraint now lon...
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QWERTY

QWERTY refers to the first 6 letters on the top row of a standard keyboard. In mobile phone specification a QWERTY keyboard indicates the handset comes with a full keyboard on the handset, as opposed to the standard 12 key alphanumeric keypad
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QWERTY

Standard arrangement of keys on a UK or US typewriter or computer keyboard. Q, W, E, R, T, and Y are the first six keys on the top alphabetic line. The arrangement was made in the days of mechanical keyboards in order that the keys would not jam together. Other European countries use different arrangements, such as AZERTY and QWERTZ, which are more...
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Qwerty

The standard design of keyboard where the first row of letters begins Q,W,E,R,T,Y. This style was designed around 75-100 years ago to combat the problem of the letter pins on typewriters getting stuck.
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