Typing: Tough Skill, But Worth It
Typing is a skill that doesn’t come naturally to most people- and that’s on purpose! Early typewriters would jam when typers went too fast. To fix this problem, the inventor, Christopher Latham Sholes, looked for letter patterns that were common in the English language and then purposely spread them out to slow down the person typing. That is how the QWERTY layout style come about. QWERTY is the arrangement of the keys in the upper row.
Nowadays, once you learn to “touch type” or type by feel, not by looking, you can type quickly- and the computer can handle it! Practice is the only way to get good at it. So practice, practice, practice!