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Nonstandard key placement
Due to size constraints, laptop manufacturers often rearrange function keys
to make them all fit.
Function keys Some keys on a standard desktop keyboard would not fit on a laptop and
have instead been added as function keys. Several keys on a laptop keypad
are shared. For an explanation of key functions, consult the device manual.
Numeric keypad Laptop computers do not have the numeric keypad like desktop keyboards.
Instead, many manufacturers place numbers on letter keys to be used when
NUMLOCK is on.
Sticking keys On occasion, a key will remain in the depressed position due to debris
buildup or a malfunction in the mechanism. These issues can often be
resolved by removing the key, cleaning, and replacing the key. Methods for
removing keys varies from model to model. Removing a key on a laptop
keyboard can be a risky proposition. They are typically not the key cap in a
peg type of key you find on full size keyboards. Laptop keys are usually
floating on a dual hinge mechanism, usually plastic, that will easily break if
you attempt to remove it forcefully. Refer to the manufacturer’s instructions
when attempting to fix a key on the keyboard.
Keyboard too small The strain of typing on a small or non-ergonomic keyboard may bother
some users. Many portable devices allow users to connect full keyboards
Subject: Computer Science
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