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Ten Thumbs Typing Tutor 4.7 debuts

updated 06:05 pm EST, Mon January 28, 2008

Ten Thumbs Typing Tutor

Runtime Revolution has announced the release of version 4.7 of Ten Thumbs Typing Tutor, its keyboard learning program for Mac OS X. This major upgrade includes the following enhancements: separate single user and network user editions, printable reports at the end of lessons, collated reports for teacher/administrators in the network edition, a complete overhaul of the French language edition, improved Leopard compatibility, enhanced support for iTunes and numerous other minor enhancements


Ten Thumbs teaches the 5 top habits of highly-effective touch typing from the start and sets the starting level and adapts to your progress automatically. It also provides progress reports and customization options. Teacher and network versions available, and there is support for Qwerty abd Dvorak layouts

This reease includes support for English, Spanish, French, German, Dutch, Danish and Italian. The software is priced at $26.




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  1. tindrum

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    this program is very good

    The version from 5 years or more ago got my typing speed up from 20 wpm to about 40. Now if I could just get my wife to use it, instead of her current two-finger approach. I should also probably work on the top row, myself.

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