Tweak your keyboard with KeyTweak

runs on Windows
screenshot of KeyTweak

So what the heck does the "Scroll Lock" key do anyway, and does anybody really care? If your keyboard is built around somebody else's reality, maybe it's time to make it work the way you want it to. Maybe you need to re-map some—or all—of your keys.

The standard Windows keyboard is just that: standard. It works most of the time for most people, but that doesn't necessarily mean that it's the best layout for you. If you only ever use the [ALT] key on the left side of your keyboard, why not map the right-side one to something else that you will use? Whether it's exchanging the [CTRL] and [ALT] keys, or maybe adding a [MUTE] or [EJECT] key, KeyTweak can help you to make your keyboard more useful.

KeyTweak isn't a keyboard macro tool, so you won't be able to set a key to automatically open your email program, but it is a good way to make your keyboard just a little smarter.

KeyTweak is a Windows application. It runs under Windows NT/2000 or later.

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