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  • Basic Explanation: QWERTY is like the arrangement of letters on your computer or smartphone keyboard. It’s named after the first six letters on the top row.
  • Practical Example: Imagine QWERTY as a layout that helps you type comfortably. Most keyboards use this arrangement, and you’ll find it familiar when you type on your devices.
  • Advanced Explanation: QWERTY refers to a keyboard layout where the first six letters in the top row are Q, W, E, R, T, and Y. It’s the most common keyboard layout and is named after the sequence of keys. While the QWERTY layout has historical reasons related to typewriters, other keyboard layouts like Dvorak and Colemak have been designed for improved typing efficiency.
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