Well, i don't actually look and the keyboard while typing so its more important to me that the keys work properly. As long as the keyboard types correctly, it doesn't matter what lies beneath the keys or what kind of stuff get compressed under the keys.
bugged with typing and typing the code or anything else
True. Hit (Windows + L) to lock the workstation. Then to tilt the keyboard up and down, hither and thither and to puff air over the keyboard through its various vents and ducts as if they are candles and we are in a birthday party mood.
Whenever you type, or rub some key on your keyboard, you actually clean it.
Why on earth spend (valuable) spare time in doing it?
It's only dirty enough after several years (about the time to get replacements).
Keyboards aren't supposed to be worshipped, they're supposed to be replaced...
let's take an example if person "A" buy a keyboard and take it to home, as it is new brand the person take care of it daily but only for 10 days after that it will be ignored and lot of dust have been stored on the keys
better to keep the room clean
Be a good listener...Because Opprtunity knoughts softly...N-Joy
Or how about the following Clean Processes in place?
1) Wear Hand Gloves
2) Close your Nostrils with Surgeons-like Caps (I don't recall the exact word for this. )
3) Remove your shoes before entering your desktop place. Even today, many places in Chennai where just a few computers are installed have a board "Computer Room. Shoes Outside".
The electronic desktop penetration is still not compelling in many government offices in India. They still feel that these are too 'high-over-the-head' gadgets and maintain a good hill and valley difference to the normal staff and IT staff.
Perhaps that is the reason, I feel, they keep and maintain such an elevated levels of isolation.