A computer keyboard is an input device used to enter data into the computer.
It has a wire plugged into the CPU.
The computer keyboard was inspired by the practical typewriter.
The first computer keyboard was invented by Christopher Latham Sholes.
It is a simple, rectangular box that contains function keys, alphabetic keys, numeric keys, control keys, and navigation keys.
To enter letters and numbers, use the alphabet and number keys.
Function keys from f1 to f12 are used to do specific tasks while Control keys like ctrl, alt, the Windows logo, and the esc key are used alone or in combination to enable additional control over the document and the computer.
Navigation keys like arrow keys, home, end, page up, page down, delete, and insert keys are used to move around the document or webpage and edit the text.
Other keys include the enter key, space bar, backspace key, operation keys, and so on.
The space bar is used to give space while typing, and the enter key is used to move the cursor to the next paragraph.