Archive for September 20, 2013
If you need to learn about computer keyboard layouts for other languages, you can find many pictures of computer keyboards with a quick Google search. Take a look at a picture of a computer keyboard and you will notice that the top row of letters, the first six of them, spell out the word “qwerty.” You have probably heard the word qwerty used to describe a type of keyboard before. In fact, a qwerty keyboard is the universal layout for keyboards, invented by C. L. Sholes in the 1860s. With the popularity of computers across the globe there are now many other layouts for keyboards.
Computer keyboard pictures are helpful if you need to see how keyboards are arranged in Europe, Asia, and around the world. For example, if you are going to be visiting Lithuania, you will need to learn the “azerty” form