December 19, 2016 Leave a comment Improve your typing speed with this trick By Ariyanna Norman, Komando.com shutterstock There are two kinds of computer typists in the world. There are those who keep their eyes locked on the screen as they use all 10 fingers to locate the correct keys. And there are those who stare at the keyboard and poke each key with just their index fingers. Which one are you? Be honest!No matter which technique you use, it wouldn't hurt to improve your speed because it will help you get more done in our digital world. Keybr.com is a free site that offers speed tests and typing lessons. It uses what they call "touch typing," which involves using muscle memory instead of sight to find keys.There's also a practice section where you can work on your skills and a multiplayer section where you can compete against people from around the world. You can even earn bragging rights by reaching the top of the high score board.Other perks to this site:Measures your typing skills in order to create appropriate lessons and uses easy-to-read charts to relay feedback.Available for several popular languages and most keyboard layouts.Automatically creates an anonymous profile to keep track of your progress.*If you create a personal account then you can log in and practice from anywhere.So if you want to learn how to type more efficiently or your skills could use a tune-up, start using Keybr.com today! Please share this information with everyone. Just click on any of these social media buttons. Email Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest general interest Web Tools learn to type typing speed BREAKING NEWS, TIPS, AND MORE LIKED WHAT YOU READ? GET MORE IN YOUR INBOX FREE. Stay up-to-date the easy way. SIGN ME UP! Previous Cool Sites Learn to speed read with this handy site Next Cool Sites More than 500 old-time radio Christmas shows to listen to Related Articles Handy tips to make Facebook better Volvo's first electric car will cost less than $40,000 How to transfer albums to your personal computer Is that online greeting card really a secret keylogger?