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Is there a KTouch equivalent for windows for learning touch typing?

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There exits Many Typing tutors in Windows.

I will name some that I have used

1) Typing Tutor

2) Ten Thumbs

3) Typing Instructor

4) Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing

5) UltraKey 5

6) TypingMaster

7) 21st Century Typing

For a list of freeware and shareware Typing tutors . Go here

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You must be a very good typist after using all those tutors. – Neal Sep 9 '10 at 9:44
Well no , I simply download them , test them for a few weeks to find whether they are good or not and besides my brother uses them more than me – subanki Sep 9 '10 at 9:57

I'm not familiar with KTouch but lots and lots of typing tutors for Windows exist.

I have good experience with which has a free trial version, but there are also free softwares around. Just Google it!

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Recently I discovered that KTouch works in windows as a part of the WinKDE installation, get it on (I don't have experience with the rest of the port, I installed it specifically for KTouch).

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