This Is Why There Are Bumps On The F And J Keys On Your Keyboard - I Had No Idea!
Technology leads us to great glory and all that but sometimes it is just weird. We are living in this phase where computers and laptops are as important as choosing the government.
Do you think that you know everything about your computers? It's good if you feel so but the reality is that you don't! We are talking about your keyboard.
#3 Letters F And J
That typey typey thing that sits in front of you all day at work is a mistress of secrecy and surprise. Your keyboard is little weird if you observe properly.
Have you ever noticed the small bumps on both the letter F and J?
Keep reading ahead to know the reason.
#2 What Is The Purpose
What is the reason? If you think this is brail for the blind, you are wrong. They don't just write with two letters.
The main purpose is something weird that only a women with the brains of June E. Botich could think.
#1 The Main Purpose
The prime Purpose of this bump is to improve touch-typing speeds. Essentially, a capitalist push to make you as proactive and productive as possible. I know what you are feeling.
So apparently, Botich thought that this will help improve the accuracy of typing. Well, she had a really dull life for sure!
Checkout this video to see the proper way of using your PC's without hurting your back...
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