Remap keys with ease Video
If you're using Boot Camp to run Windows, you can remap the keyboard to make your life easier.
Want to switch to a Dvorak keyboard, or just make typing that French essay easier? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica shows you how to change your keyboard's layout.
Do you have one key on your keyboard that you never use? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica Belmont shows you how to remap that key with SharpKeys, which makes it perform any function you want.
Have you ever wanted to assign your own custom keyboard shortcuts for different applications? Brian Tong walks you through it in Mac OS X.
Ever plug in a Windows keyboard to a Mac only to be frustrated by the swapped layout? Randall Bennett shows you how to iron out the mix up with this quick tip.
Wish you could see those lock key lights without looking at your keyboard? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica shows you Keyboard LEDs, which brings those lights to your task bar.
Ever notice suspicious crumbs or hairs on your keyboard and feel the overwhelming need to clean it immediately? Now you can without unplugging your keyboard or turning off the machine.
Icons? List? Columns? Have it your way without moving your hands off the keyboard! Patrick breaks it down for you on today's Tekzilla Daily.
The upcoming Research In Motion 7100t BlackBerry attempts to minimize the traditional keyboard design. Fitting QWERTY on a compact, multiple-letter layout reminiscent of a phone's dialpad, it leaves the wider PDA layout behind. CNET's Rafe Needleman gets a preview from RIM's Andrea Craig.\r\n
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