Almost everyone in this world has used a computer or smartphone. They must have used Control C (Ctrl + C) and Control V (Ctrl + V). These two keys are highly used while using the computer. Software engineer Laurie Tesler, who invented both these keys, has died at the age of 74.
In 1960, software engineer Laurie Tessler worked as a computer engineer in Silicon Valley, USA. To make his work very easy, he invented the commands of Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V in the computer.
Laurie Tessler spent much of his career in the Xerox company. Laurie discovered the Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V commands at Xerox Company. The Xerox company has expressed grief over Laurie’s death.
Laurie Tesler was born in 1945 in New York. Laurie Tesler completed her studies at Stanford University in California. After completing his graduation, Laurie specialized in system interface design, greatly simplifying computer use.
Laurie Tessler worked for several tech companies in his career and after joining the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, he joined Apple at the call of Steve Jobs, where he spent about 14 years. After leaving Apple, he also worked for Amazon and Yahoo.
When we have to copy any data from the computer or smartphone, after selecting it, we click the key of C with Ctrl. After this, the command of V with Ctrl is clicked to place the same data elsewhere. Both commands are often used while working on a computer or smartphone.