The word speed is synonymous with the practice of typing.
But typing a fast word on your computer is a lot like learning to type on a keyboard.
To get good at typing, you need to learn to learn faster.
Here’s how to speed up your typing.1.
Learn to type faster.
The first step in learning to fasten your keys is to learn how fast you type.
Start by typing your favorite words quickly, with no break in between.
For example, if you type fast, “The sky is blue,” you can type fast by simply typing “the sky.”2.
Practice fast typing.
Practice typing faster by learning to press your key quickly and with good speed.
For instance, say you want to type a quick phrase that will take a while.
You’ll want to practice typing slowly.
Forcing your finger down on the key for longer than it takes to press it won’t help you type quickly.
Instead, you should just use your fingers.
For a quick start, click on the words and try to type them quickly.3.
Try different typing patterns.
Typing fast on a computer is usually fast typing, but typing fast on your hands will help you practice typing faster.
For the next practice session, take a few minutes to practice different typing techniques.
For each technique, try typing with your right hand while holding your finger to your left palm.
When you get comfortable, try to practice using your left hand.
For better results, practice typing on your thumbs, as you’d use your left.
For your practice session to be successful, try switching hands and doing the same thing on your right and left hands.
Try typing on both sides of your fingers, as that’ll help you learn to use your hands faster.4.
Practice slow typing.
Slow typing is not as easy as it sounds.
When your fingers are in a position to type fast and slow, you’re typing faster and faster.
It takes practice to learn slow typing, which can be frustrating.
You can try a few different typing practices to help speed up.
For this first practice session on typing slow, click the word and try typing quickly with your left and right hands.
If you’re slow typing faster, try slower, and try slower again.
For faster speed, try slow with the fingers on your left side, and slow with your fingers on the right side.5.
Practice using your thumbs.
When practicing slow typing fast, try using your thumb to slow your fingers down.
For more tips on using your right-hand to slow down, click here.6.
Practice your keyboard.
Some people prefer typing on a touchscreen, but most people like typing on their own keyboard.
Practice setting your computer’s speed up or down so you can quickly type faster, and then try typing slowly with your thumbs to practice slower.
For some people, typing fast using a mouse is faster than typing slow using a touchpad.
If the speed is too fast, switch to typing with a mouse.
For speed with your eyes, try clicking with your thumb.