The Qwerty layout has been the trusted companion of typists for over a century. Designed to prevent typewriter jams in the 19th century, it’s a classic. However, in today’s digital age, one can’t help but wonder: How much faster could we work if we had started on the Dvorak Simplified Keyboard from the beginning?
Qwerty was crafted to prevent typewriter jams, but its design might not be the fastest or most efficient for modern typing. The Dvorak Simplified Keyboard, created in the 1930s, made typing faster, more comfortable, and less fatiguing.
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