One-Handed Computer Keyboard

by Peter

Are you looking to buy an expensive, specialized, dedicated one-handed keyboard?

Or are you just looking for a way to type one-handed, today, using your existing laptop or USB keyboard?

If you just want to type with one hand, one-hand typing software is the best option.

One-Hand Keyboard

Use the one-hand keyboard software to type with one hand today. It’s an instant download, so you can begin typing immediately.

The key thing to remember is that one-handed typing using this app is based on your existing muscle memory. If you are normally a two-hand homerow touch typist, it’s very easy to learn to type with one hand.

Give the free one-hand typing software a try!

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Mladen June 27, 2014 at 1:47 am

Since author was user, must be working !
Tutorial for uninitiated should be in PDF
Basically something that describes concept and rules
Found text in Program folder, hard to read
Not enough to go by without motivation of broken arm

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Mladen June 27, 2014 at 2:02 am

Looks like I am dedicated idiot ( without broken arm ! )
1….. than …..2…… than …..1
Where did CapsLk function go ????
This is beyond me again

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David September 24, 2015 at 10:42 pm

I was a programmer but a severe stroke left me eith hemiparisis of the left side and no use of my left hand at all. I had high hopes for this program but I could find no instructions on what to do with it. I hoped the program had instructions built in but that didn’t happen either. After I uninstalled it, some keys, including the arrow keys, are no longer working!

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Igor August 21, 2017 at 9:27 pm

I am trying to help a friend in the latter stages of ALS. He has but one thumb left usable on his right hand and can no longer speak so he can be understood. The only way he can communicate or use the net is by using the side of his thumb to spell on a phone with tiny contact areas for each letter but he has no other choices because a standard keyboard requires a second hand to hold down the shift, control, and caps lock keys – where a phone does not. I am attempting a mechano-electrical solution upon a modified keyboard but a software solution to make those keys “latching” (tap-on, tap-off) would be much better! Will the above program make this possible?

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