Improve your typing speed by memorizing the position of each key.
Button mode and finger control
Keystroke and finger control refers to the technique of operating the keyboard keys using your fingers while typing. Proper keystrokes and finger control can reduce hand fatigue and improve typing speed and accuracy. Here are some commonly used keystrokes and finger control techniques:
Finger placement: In the correct typing posture, the little finger of the left hand should be placed on the A key, the ring finger on the S key, the middle finger on the D key, and the index finger on the F key. The index finger of the right hand should be on the J key, the middle finger on the K key, the ring finger on the L key, and the little finger on the semicolon (;) key. The thumb is mainly used to press the space bar and enter key.
Use the correct fingers: For faster and more accurate typing, use the appropriate fingers for each key. When entering letters or numbers, try to use the corresponding finger. For example, when entering the letter "A", use the index finger of the left hand to press the A key. For commonly used symbols, use the correct finger keys as much as possible.
Key pressure: When typing, avoid using excessive force to press the keys. Press the keys lightly to reduce hand fatigue.
Typing rhythm: Maintain a steady rhythm while typing. Avoid rushing or slowing down. In general, type at a consistent speed to reduce hand fatigue.