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Whenever I type quickly, my computer pulls up random stuff. An example is when I type quickly, it will often pull up picture files, a new tab or the printer. Help?

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Th problem is th way u use ur fingers while u type u accidently press ctrl or alt
eg:while typing parent u may accidently press ctrl and printer get activated thats tposthe way the of using keep ur hand little upper position than u usee in desktops thats the solution i know cause i too felt it at first wih my system

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