Learn more about the layout of computer keyboard using these hands-on keyboard diagrams that we have collected for you in high quality! In these 101 Diagramss, the detailed structures of keyboard are illustrated in a high quality pictures. Follow these diagrams to study more about the basic structures of the keyboard! Keyboard is one of the most important parts of a computer which is used to enter commands, text, numerical data and other types of data by pressing the keys on the keyboard. A computer user talks through input devices such as keyboard and mouse. So, to know more about the basic details about keyboard, follow the following diagrams!
The keyboard diagram above shows you a typical Windows QWERTY keyboard. So the majority of computers will have a keyboard having a similar style to the one above. To check whether a keyboard is a QWERTY keyboard, just take a look a the first six keys on the top left. If they spell QWERTY then the keyboard is the typical computer keyboard. On the keyboard, there are a number of different sections. On the top there are the Function Keys, the Special Keys and the Lock Keys. On the right there is the Numeric Keypad and the Direction Keys. There is also the Normal Keys and the Numeric Keys. Take a look at the following 101 Diagramss of keyboard.
Most standard keyboards have at least four groups of keys: (1) Main typing keyboard, the first keypad which takes most of the area of a keyboard and look like a typewriter. Caps Lock, Shift, Tab, Enter, Ctrl, Alt, Delete, Windows Start, Backspace and Application keys are included in the main keypad; (2) Numerical keypad, arranged at the right side of a keyboard, numeric keypad keys arranged like calculator or adding machine so that to ease entering numbers; (3) Function keys, these keys are a set of 12 keys which are arranged above the main typing keys; (4) Control keys, include Directional/Arrow keys, Escape key (Esc), Insert, Home, Page UP, Page Down, Delete and End keys; (5) Multimedia keys, contain web browsing navigation and other shortcut keys; and (6) Status lights key.
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