SharpKeys 3.9 for Windows

by randyrants.com

Avg. Rating 4.3 (10 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.6 MB
License Open Source
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 2,820
Publisher randyrants.com
Homepage SharpKeys

Publisher's Description

SharpKeys is a Registry hack that is used to make certain keys on a keyboard act like other keys. For example, if you accidentally hit Caps Lock often, you could use this utility to map Caps Lock to a Shift key or even turn it off completely. As it relies on internal support within Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003, you must be running one of these OS's for this Registry hack to work.

Latest Reviews

CyberInferno

CyberInferno reviewed v1.1 Beta 2 on Feb 16, 2004

R.I.P. Insert Key

geekz

geekz reviewed v1.1 Beta 2 on Feb 15, 2004

All I wanted it to do was keep the caps lock key off. It didn't do that. As for the .Net thing, I'm getting a little sick of webpages and programs that require it. Seems to me it's just more extortion from the microsoft cash cow.

Kylde

Kylde reviewed v1.1 Beta 2 on Feb 15, 2004

Oops, apologies for the double post, browser's playing up

war593122

war593122 reviewed v1.1 Beta 1 on Feb 14, 2004

Kylde get out of here. Dissing a program because it uses .net. Get out. I bet you did not even bother to download the app did you.

Microshaft

Microshaft reviewed v1.1 Beta 1 on Feb 14, 2004

But does it work in DOS? I mean by first glance they use a fake DOS/Terminal looking screen but it doesn't work in DOS, how interesting and confusing, however it is exciting to not know for certain. I'm riddled with anticipation of the next release. Good work fellow and good testing toast you make.

Znoo

Znoo reviewed v1.0 Beta 2 on Jan 31, 2004

Great idea! Now i've reconfigured the scroll lock key to be the Win-key. I use an old (1992) 102-key IBM keyboard, so no Win-key for me... untill now :-)

Kylde

Kylde reviewed v1.0 Beta 1 on Jan 30, 2004

Author should have mentioned you need the .net framework (yuk)

Avg. Rating 4.3 (10 votes)
Your Rating
CyberInferno

CyberInferno reviewed v1.1 Beta 2 on Feb 16, 2004

R.I.P. Insert Key

geekz

geekz reviewed v1.1 Beta 2 on Feb 15, 2004

All I wanted it to do was keep the caps lock key off. It didn't do that. As for the .Net thing, I'm getting a little sick of webpages and programs that require it. Seems to me it's just more extortion from the microsoft cash cow.

Kylde

Kylde reviewed v1.1 Beta 2 on Feb 15, 2004

Oops, apologies for the double post, browser's playing up

war593122

war593122 reviewed v1.1 Beta 1 on Feb 14, 2004

Kylde get out of here. Dissing a program because it uses .net. Get out. I bet you did not even bother to download the app did you.

Microshaft

Microshaft reviewed v1.1 Beta 1 on Feb 14, 2004

But does it work in DOS? I mean by first glance they use a fake DOS/Terminal looking screen but it doesn't work in DOS, how interesting and confusing, however it is exciting to not know for certain. I'm riddled with anticipation of the next release. Good work fellow and good testing toast you make.

Znoo

Znoo reviewed v1.0 Beta 2 on Jan 31, 2004

Great idea! Now i've reconfigured the scroll lock key to be the Win-key. I use an old (1992) 102-key IBM keyboard, so no Win-key for me... untill now :-)

Kylde

Kylde reviewed v1.0 Beta 1 on Jan 30, 2004

Author should have mentioned you need the .net framework (yuk)

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