Key Mapper is a free utility that allows you to remap or disable keys of your keyboard. There are lot of programs available that does this function but what sets Key Mapper apart is that it is possible to have different of set of mappings for each user of the computer.
Features of Key Mapper:
- Easy to use visual interface for remapping or disabling your keyboards.
- A virtual keyboard which displays your current keyboard layout.
- Each user of the computer can have an individual key mappings without affecting other users setting
- No need for administrative rights to remap or disable keys in keyboard.
- Ability to edit and delete pre-existing mappings as well as add new ones.
- Ability to remap or disable function keys. If there are keys you never use – some function keys, perhaps – you can remap them to something more useful.
Key Mapper Usage:
- Drag a key off the keyboard to disable it.
- To remap a key, double-click it.
- To delete a key mapping or re-enable a key, drag it off the keyboard.
- You can capture the key you want to map or choose it from a list by choosing Create New Mapping from the Mappings menu.
- If the key you want to map and the one you want to map it to are both visible, drag and drop the action key onto the target key.
The Key Mapper works with Windows 2000/XP/Vista but requires .NET Framework 2.0 to work.
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