SharpKeys – Remap or disable any keyboard key

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Compared with the NoWinKey which is only suitable for the players of World of Warcraft (disable the “Win” key), SharpKeys is much more powerful, it is an interesting application that enables you to disable any key on your keyboard or remap to other key.

When using the keyboard, we maybe accidentally pressed a key which shouldn’t be pressed, such as the “Caps Lock” key, or some key is broken and leads to the disappearance of a function key. This time we can use SharpKeys to map the “Caps Lock” key to a null and void one or remap it to other key, likewise, we can also disable a broken key or remap it to another key.

SharpKeys provides you 104 kinds of mapping combinations for choice, this will fully meet your any need. SharpKeys is not very powerful, but for some game players or text workers, it is still very practical and helpful. So, if you need, just give it a try!

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