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    Getting delay before repeating characters typed through keyboard connected to Windows 7

    It is possible to repeat the typed characters using keyboard connected to my PC running on Windows 7. But, the system takes too much time before displaying the repeated characters. How can I avoid this delay?



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    expert Array
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    Re: Getting delay before repeating characters typed through keyboard connected to Windows 7

    Get into the desktop and navigate into the left part of the task bar. Make a single click on the ‘Start’ button reside over there and wait until you can see a start menu. Check the options available in the right column of that menu and click the ‘Control Panel’. This will bring up ‘Control Panel’ window having several options. Go through those options and make a single click on ‘Hardware and Sound’ option. You can then go to keyboard settings by clicking on ‘Keyboard’ option. Navigate through those settings afterwards and locate the ‘Character repeat’ label. Slide the ‘Repeat delay’ slider reside under that label to the right side to reduce the delay.

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    Re: Getting delay before repeating characters typed through keyboard connected to Windows 7

    Hi dear friend..............to avoid this issue.......simply decrease the repeat delay time

    for that follow the given procedure

    first press WINDOWS key+r and type control keyboard in the run box

    now press the ENTER key from the keyboard .........then a window will be displayed

    in that window choose the SPEED tab....

    then adjust the repeat delay and repeat rate .....whatever the speed you want

    after that click the Apply and OK buttons
    .....

    ALL THE BEST..............!!!!!!!!!!

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