kbTrainer is a touch typing trainer program. Features includes: open source, sound, books library support (so you can train typing on real books), traditional typing training lessons, error correction (backspace), skinable interface, theoretically you can add any language, type your own, a lot of different small features. Version 1.23U includes all code was rebuild in Unicode (Windows Unicode - UTF-16LE), so now library works in unicode.
What's new in this version: Version 1.23U includes all code was rebuild in unicode (Windows Unocode - UTF-16LE), so now library works in unicode.
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