KeyTweak 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 and still works on all operating systems, including Windows 10.
Ability to Teach remapping by pressing the keys to be remapped
Easy-to-read lists of all current and pending re-mappings
Implementation of Specialty Keys support for certain keyboards
Remove all re-mappings with a single button
Enable/disable annoying keys
Displays what exactly is written to the Scancode Map registry value and how to interpret its binary data
User warnings help ensure Ctrl-Alt-Delete sequence is maintained
KeyTweak is no longer being developed or supported, and we tested it successfully on Windows 10.
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