This is one little quirk that others hate when they use your computer, but I love it. The pinky doesn’t have to stretch as far to reach the oft used ctrl key while the almost useless caps lock key is moved far away where it should be. Again, I am sure you can find this in other places, but now I don’t have to personally look for it anymore.
To do this, it requires meddling in the registry. The registry is a place Windows uses to store common variables for programs. It has the same effect as config files in Linux computers with more power.
Open the registry editor by typing
in the run menu. Navigate to
and add a binary entry called
Modify it so the value is
0000 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 0008 03 00 00 00 1D 00 3A 00 0010 3A 00 1D 00 00 00 00 00
The numbers in the left most column represent the place in the binary value so it is easier to navigate. You do not have to enter them.
As always, I take no responsibility if this crashes your system. I am just here to offer advice