The new web page applies to Keyboard Shortcuts version 1. This is a free program, which comes with Windows. If you type the letters c, d, e, f, g, h, I, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, r, s, and u, you will see Windows take you through some quick text entries. These are keyboard shortcuts that enter text into windows. Many times we type letters much faster and easier if we see what we are doing instead of having to type them. With Windows, typing in a certain way will also tell it to insert the characters for you automatically.
There are so many things that you can do with Keyboard Shortcuts, that it would take pages to mention all of them. The cool thing about these shortcuts is that when you change your input method, it will remember your change and give you another shortcut for it next time. For example, if you changed from using the quotation marks to braces, you can get a shortcut for the braces input. If you change from using the mouse to the touch pad, you can get a shortcut for the touch pad input. There are so many different kinds of keyboard shortcuts. All you have to do is download Keyboard Shortcuts from the net, install it, and then open any program that you want to input data into.
You don't even have to know how to use Windows keyboards to use these because after you get them installed, they will be working for you automatically. They are so easy to use that you don't have to worry about getting it right the first time. You just get used to pressing those keys on the screen and typing whatever you want. Once you get used to this, you will wonder how you ever lived without keyboards.