Question about Computers & Internet
Have you tried the accessibility options within Windows? You can change some settings by going into Control Panel - Accessibility. For example, "Filter Keys" tells the computer to ignore multiple keystrokes caused by holding down a key too long. "Sticky Keys" eliminates the need to press multiple keys simultaneously.
Also within control panel are the Mouse settings. You can change the speed of motion and the speed of double clicks.
Windows has an on-screen keyboard. You can find it at Start - All Programs - Accessories - Accessibility - On Screen Keyboard.
If you prefer a hardware solution, you might consider an enlarged keyboard with big keys. Another alternative is a keyboard guard to prevent hitting two keys at once. Here are some links that you might find useful. I'm not endorsing these particular suppliers, just offering food for thought. Best of luck to you!
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