Giving each finger its own area and key on the keyboard is the whole concept of Touch typing. The ultimate goal is to achieve a level when you can type without looking at the keyboard like a magician. This level is achieved when your brain trains itself to memories each and every key’s placement and transforms that memory into muscle movement.
Sitting posture is a very important aspect in learning how to touch type. As we usually spend our maximum time in front of the computer, it is very important that we don’t harm our body because of that. Most of the computer related body aliments like back pain and strain are due to improper sitting postures, so here is a quick guide on how to sit in front of your pc or laptop.
The picture shown is for your reference, to understand better the finger placement while typing.
ASDF and JKL find these keys and put your fingers on them as shown in the picture. These keys are in the middle row of the keyboard and as they are the anchor keys, so are known as HOME ROW. Your fingers are always placed on them and after each word typed they return to these HOME ROWs. Every keyboard is manufactured as such that they have a raised part on the keys F and J for your reference to the HOME ROW keys.
Try not to take a gander at the keys when you type. Simply slide your fingers around until they locate the home column stamping. Cutoff your hand and finger development, just to what is important to press a particular key. Keep your hands and fingers near the base position. This improves typing speed and decreases weight on the hands. Focus on ring fingers and little fingers, since they are impressively immature.
Learning to type like any other professional skill takes time and practice. You cannot be a master in a day or two. If you have the correct typing software this speed can be increased, but yet it is always better to take you time and learn well with practice. If you give proper time and energy on learning typing, you would master it soon and can have a good typing speed.