If possible, get a keyboard that feels best for you. See how the keys feel for your fingers while typing and how your wrists feel when in the correct position. Once you have a keyboard that works well for you, begin learning its layout. The goal is to avoid looking at the keyboard while typing, so the more familiar you are with the standard keyboard layout, the easier it will be to use it.
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