Colemak is a keyboard layout based heavily on QWERTY, but designed to improve upon it by moving the most-used letters to the home row while keeping the letters most frequently used in keyboard shortcuts (Z, X, C, V) in the same place. It was invented in 2006.

Illustration of the Colemak keyboard layout, showing keys’ locations

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