Key repeat is the term used to describe the behavior of our keyboard that will repeat the key we pressed with a certain rate.
Once you know, it comes automatically for you to realize that the rate of deletion while pressing Delete key as well as the speed of moving cursor with Arrow Keys are set by this Key Repeat Rate.
There is this nice thing in Mac that we, as a mere human, can adjust the Key Repeat Rate without much effort. It's just about moving a slider or two from left to right (or vice versa).
These two sliders, named Key Repeat Rate and Delay Until Repeat, are concealed inside System Preferences ▸ Keyboard & Mouse ▸ Keyboard. Key Repeat Rate will handle the delay between that very same letters while Delay Until Repeat will manage the delay needed to begin letters repetition.
If you're using MacBook keyboard, you will see a Fn key. When this key is pressed, F1-F7 keys will become standard function keys.
Fortunately, you can change this behavior so that without pressing down Fn key, F1-F7 keys are already functioning as standard function keys.
The good thing here is, you can easily perform keystrokes that include these keys, such as Control F1.
Here are the steps to change these function keys' behavior:
Trackpad plays the most important role on using MacBook, especially when mouse isn't present. How to adjust Trackpad behavior?
Note : It's obvious that reading this article won't be useful for those Macs without trackpad. And, I'm not discussing MacBook Air's smart trackpad here.
It's really easy to find this pane. These simple steps will do.
Keyboard & Mouseunder Hardware section
Browsing around and I found out these funny and cool stuffs. Maybe you've ever seen these stuffs before; But, still, I hope you can enjoy it.
The first time I switch to Mac, it's very hard for me to move from one word to another when I'm typing.
For Mac, there are many shortcuts we can use for controlling cursor using keyboard arrows. These shortcuts include keystrokes of Command, Option and/or Control.