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The training screen of KTouch
Developer(s)Sebastian Gottfried
    Operating systemCross-platform
    LicenseGNU General Public License
    WebsiteOfficial website

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    KTouch is a software application to learn and practice touch typing. It comes with courses for many different keyboard layouts across dozens of languages. KTouch utilizes a system to track the user's progress. If the user completes a lesson successfully, the following lesson will become available.


    KTouch is user customizable. The user can select a goal, which allows them to advance to the next lesson when met. It also allows users to add new layouts and languages, and also change the lessons with the built-in editor. There is also a statistics page which contains a histogram of the user's typing speed. The statistics page also keeps track of how well the user does on individual keys so they know which keys they need to practice.

    Although KTouch was designed for the KDE SC, it still works in other desktop environments (DE) such as GNOME.

    • Ships with dozens of courses spanning many different languages and keyboard layouts
    • Powerful course and keyboard layout editor for user-created training material
    • Comprehensive training statistics to track and analyze your learning progress


    • Gasperson, Tina (September 8, 2008). "Three typing tutors and a boy".

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