We pry open a copy of Microsoft's first public release of Windows 8.
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The onscreen keyboard in Windows 8 is a major improvement over the one in Windows 7, which had a bad tendency to block UI elements unless you docked it. The new on-screen keyboard has fewer keys, which allows each key to be larger. Your typing speed is nevertheless going to vary depending on your own dexterity and the responsiveness of your system's touchscreen.