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Laptops' keyboard finger touch sensitivity adjustment

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On the newer laptops', is there any chance to adjust the keyboard writing finger touch sensitivity, something alike the mouse movement adjustment?

This question has been arising at one of my clients', as they are using the 10-finger typing system, and the typing/speed will get ruined, if the touch/sensitivity is not at exact right level for each typist ...
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In Control Panel look at the Keyboard properties.  You can adjust the Repeat Delay and Repeat Rate there.

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OK, thanks, great!

This was just the exact answer for the concern of my client.

Just wondering, why during tens of years with all kinds of keyboards never got onto this question, heh-heh ...
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OK, for closing, see my final comment above/below ...
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