Typing Master 10, a full touch typing course you take on your PC, not only keeps but also analyzes statistics and issues specific recommendations to help you improve your typing speed and accuracy. It includes many different exercises, tests, and even games to keep lessons from getting stale. Custom reviews let you focus on your difficult keys. Typing Master 10 includes a free desktop widget that displays WPM and other data as you type.
Import profiles: Typing Master 10 can import data from other typing trainers in your system. We imported a profile and were able to start using it right away in Typing Master 10.
Analysis widget: The free but optional Typing Meter resembles a bandwidth speed test widget. It displays Words, Time, WPM, and Difficulty and also shows WPM in a speedometer. More than a display, it analyzes your typing skills, including your problem keys, and recommends exercises.
Games: Games like Bubbles and Wordtris trick you into practicing your typing exercises by making them fun.
Keyboard layouts: Many keyboard layout options are available in Typing Master 10's Training Settings.
Ads: Typing Master 10 is ad-supported freeware, and the ads can be distracting.
Anyone who has seen old photos of a roomful of students banging away at mechanical typewriters should be able to appreciate how far typing training has come. If you need convincing, try Typing Master 10.