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Key Extender for remapping keyboard
« on: February 01, 2012, 12:07:54 PM »
KeyExtender is a simple utility that allows users to redefine their keyboard input signals. The functionality is made possible by a registry value first documented in Windows 2000, but also present in Windows NT 4.0. and included in XP, Vista and Windows 7. KeyExtender can be very useful to those looking for an efficient keyboard remapping utility

To change or disable any of the 108 keys on your keyboard we suggest using KeyExtender, a great small and secure utility.

With the remapping keyboard tool, you can

Change shortcut of Windows system and any software;

Remap keys with any other keys;

Customize text shortcut for frequently used text such as account name, email address

Remap a single keystroke to volume shortcut;

Customize eject/close cdrom drive to one key press;

Disable a key(such as win key) and lock keyboard;

Also you can custom a sequence of key combinations such as ‘Ctrl+A, Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V’ to one key.

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Customize eject/close cdrom drives to shortcut key

Customize shutdown/reset computer to change shortcut key

Use multimedia function keys on your common  keyboard

Once this program has been downloaded and installed open the program and click on the key you wish to change or otherwise disable and choose the new key to be used or click disable button to disable it.
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