Switch keys in Vista
How to Fix Switch keys in Vista
Tech Advice 1
↣ Windows read your keyboard as it does because someone programmed it to.
↣ But any chance in reversible or changeable in any way, so if you mess up with registry a bit, you might end up with H equalling Enter or Shift meaning Caps Lock. But registry use is mostly for experienced computer users. In case you’re wondering, yes, there is a way to change a key’s value even for us, the modest users at home.
↣ A little application that helps you do this easier is SharpKeys.
↣ If you use Caps Lock rarely or not at all and it just gets in the way of your writing all the time, you can simply disable it.
↣ You can either add a key to its lists, disabling it or changing its value, or Type the key in, typing on the precise key you want to change, not two keys at once.
↣ Select all the keys you want changed before clicking Ok in the dialog box below , and make sure you don’t have unsaved work, because that button will reboot or at least log off you systems to help all the changes be stored in registry.
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