Download sharpkeys2.zip and unzip it.
The faq.htm file contains:
Welcome to SharpKeys"This Sharp-naming thing is getting out of control" \[RandyRants.com\]
This is something that I've thrown together to help people out with their keyboard mappings. What's a keyboard mapping? How many times a day do you accidentally hit cAPS lOCK BY MISTAKE AND END UP HAVING TO GO BAck and retype stuff? For me it was at least once an hour - in fact, I used to pop off the Caps Lock key so I wouldn't hit it anymore, but I found something better in Windows XP, as well as 2000, Server 2003, and Vista. There's a little used registry hack that allows you to remap keys across a keyboard. For me, this meant that I told my computer to treat Caps Lock as if it was a shift key, which it now does.
The more I started working with other keyboard, the more I wanted to have this ability to map other keys across my keyboard, but working with the Hex numbers and having too look up scan codes could be painful... hence SharpKeys.
- Map up to 104 different keys to other key or disable them altogether
- Use your keyboard to select keys to map or select from an exhaustive list of supported keys
- No drivers are every loaded as it's a part of Windows
- Includes options for extended keys including Windows, Application, Internet keys and more
- Launch SharpKeys, by selecting it's icon from the Start menu. If there are any errors reported, please check the Troubleshooting section below
- Add a new key mapping or edit an existing one
- Click "Write to registry" and wait for a confirmation that the registry was successfully updated
- Close SharpKeys and either log out (and back in) or reboot to enforce the new mappings