The KVM switch is a switch that will allow users to control multiple computers using just one set of keyboard, video player (monitor), and mouse. It can either be in hardware form or software.
Did you know, the famous QWERTY layout of the letters in keyboards are more than 100 years old as it was created in the early years of the 1870s? From 1867 to 1873, the newspaper editor and printer Christopher Latham Sholes developed the QWERTY keyboard layout with the help of Carlos Glidden and Samuel W. Soule for the Sholes and Glidden Typewriter machine. Sholes' first typewriter had a keyboard with the letters arranged alphabetically, but because of feedback and further study, Sholes improved the layout and came up with the QWE.TY layout. In 1873, Sholes sold his machine to the company E. Remington and Sons, which decided to made few changes and finalized the modern QWERTY design before mass producing the typewriter. Nowadays, keyboards have evolved and come in different forms, like digital applications for mobile devices or wireless keyboards. In addition, there are countries that use a keyboard specialized for their letters or their language, like in Canada, where the Canadian Multilingual Standard is used, or in Thailand, where Thai letters are put in the buttons.
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