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 Why is the keyboard 'QWERTY' and not 'ABCDEF'?

Answer It is based on the most commonly used letters of the alphebet. //#
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On a keyboard why are the keys lined QWERTY instead of ABCDEF?

Old typewriters used to get clogged up becuase people typed too quickly (the old mechanical ones)In an attempt to slow typists down, they came up with what they thought was a bad keyboard layout.No... Read More »
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Letters on keyboards... why are they not in alphabetical order! abcdef instead of qwerty?

If you care to read this it will explain it fully plus all the key layouts for the world because different languages have different letters and accents.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keyboard_la…
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Whats a qwerty keyboard?

Don't know, never seen or used oneupdate: can't believe everyone else answered this question seriously....oh well, my mistake.
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Why do we still use the QWERTY keyboard?

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