Typing lessons summary
In this typing lesson, you practice typing the following uppercase letters: "Z", "X", "C", "V", "B", "N", "M".
Is touch typing always the fastest option?
While touch typing is often associated with speed and efficiency, it's important to note that sheer speed isn't exclusive to this technique. Fast typing without adhering to any particular typing best practices like touch typing is possible. Effectiveness doesn't always hinge on correctness; sometimes, unconventional methods yield results. So, why consider changing habits if you are already typing fast, even if you look at the keyboard or do not use all ten fingers when typing? The answer lies in the potential for improvement - what is good often can be better, and using touch typing techniques will surely make your typing experience much better. Making a permanent change of dismissing bad keyboard typing habits doesn't necessarily mean slowing down; it means enhancing precision and accuracy. While transitioning may feel challenging initially, and you will probably type a bit slower for a short period, the long-term benefits of touch typing will surely outweigh the temporary slowdown and the time investment to learn fast and correct typing. Remember that the later you decide to start the touch typing learning process, the more time you will waste on slow and tiring typing.