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Is it possible to change how fast the keyboard send my input to the PC?

By Nuesha ·
Is there any registry entry where you can reduce the time it takes for the keyboard to send a key after the user done the input? I suppose overclocking increase the speed but can you change the registry to do that?

I've a second question: It happens my e-mail client says it is sending 3 mails or more though there is no mail to send that I can see. Is that a botnet behavior?

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by seanferd In reply to Is it possible to change ...

No, you can't change the speed that data is transmitted from the keyboard. What exactly are you trying to accomplish?

If you want to adjust repeat delay and rate, use the keyboard settings in control panel.

If text is just taking a long time to appear after typing, you have another problem, like too many processes and not enough RAM or processor power.

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Keyboards work as fast as keyboards work

by NexS In reply to Is it possible to change ...

Registry has nothing to do with it.

As for your second query, where does it say there are 3 emails?
You could try a virus scan (make sure to use more than one for a better chance of picking things up) and to uninstall client, change passwords and reinstall client.

See how you go.

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