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This article about the tab button. What does it do? I guess the only way to find out is press it.
Well, that was pointless.
Anyway, in 1870, a man named Christopher Latham Sholes added the tab button to his QWERTY typewriter design but came under much fire as it did nothing and had no point. To combat this, he hired Alan Turing to build something that actually made use of the tab button, and the computer was created. The tab button still sat there though, used very rarely, and little has changed to this day.