You have probably been using a computer for years, maybe decades and either you already use keyboard shortcuts or you don't. My love for them goes back to my days where my brother and I would fight over who would use the keyboard.
I restricted my suggestions to the 21 keyboard shortcuts I use everyday and those that are relatively easy to remember.
Fast forward to today and Metadot Corporation, the company behind the Das Keyboard, has produced numerous revisions of their Das Keyboard such as the Model S Ultimate, Model S Professional, Model S Professional Silent, and Model S Ultimate Silent.
Things have been going fine and you're thinking, "Why would I start using them now, that sounds like a lot of work!" While it may seem insignificant, in the long run Keyboard Shortcuts are going to save you a lot of time. We would try and mess up the other's work but the mouse was too slow so we would learn the shortcuts.

Having read books and reports by experts in this field, they will often make non-sensical suggestions to businesses like moving the printer 3 feet to the left, or getting a desk with an extra drawer. If you focus on just one a day you will find yourself picking them up so quick that you don't even have to think about them after a while. In 2005, the founder, Daniel Guermeur decided to make a totally blank keyboard in order to improve his typing speed and accuracy. Each of these keyboards have their own unique features but are based on the central idea of building the best typing keyboard in the world. Think about it, computer mice take up space, they require ergonomics separate from the keyboard and they are just all around slow. The point is that these small changes save minutes of time which compounded over a year can add up to hours and over a lifetime I would like to think that I didn't needlessly waste time.

To his surprise, this idea worked and Daniel began seeing his typing speed and accuracy improve.
As many of his friends and colleagues noticed the keyboard, they became interested in getting such a keyboard and pretty soon the money making potential of this keyboard was obvious. Unlike the Das Keyboard Model S Professional which uses Cherry MX Blue clicky keyswitches, the Das Keyboard Model S Professional silent uses Cherry MX Brown keyswitches, which still retains the tactile bump of the Cherry MX Blue keyswitches, but doesn’t make the clicky sound upon actuation.

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