QWERTY or QWERTZ

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QWERTZU a QWERTZ keyboard, or use the many computer and typewriter keyboard layout used in many regions of Germany and in Eastern Europe and Central Europe. The name comes from the first six letters on the left side of the keyboard: Q, W, E, R, Q, and Z.

He was different from the QWERTY layout by interchanging the “Z” and “Y” key – both because “Z” is far more common than the letter “Y” in Germany (the latter rarely appear except in borrowed words), and because ” T “and” Z “often appear next to each other in German. Part of the keyboard adjusted to include local umlauted vowel, as ä, ö, ü, etc. Some special symbols also have a different place, and called down the Ctrl key Strg (for Steuerung, UK “control”, although sometimes misinterpreted as a String)

Some people call Kezboard instead of Keyboard

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QWERTY is one of the layout of the buttons on the keyboard. QWERTY layout was first used on a typewriter made in E. Remington in 1874. So named because the letter keys Q, W, E, R, T, and Y is located in a sequence, as shown in the top row of this keyboard (which is used on most computer keyboards at this time).

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