Keystroke Converter can customize your
keyboard layout, change any key on the keyboard into other
keys. Its on-screen-keyboard ( soft keyboard ) is very easy to
Want the F1 key to type B? Want the D key to type f? Want the
Shift+Enter key to press Table? Want Shift+1 to type a
Sentence? Want an exchange between Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V?
Keystroke Converter can do these easily.
The program allows you to redefine system keys, such as ,
Ctrl, Alt, Shift, Table, and Win keys. You can also disable
It can extend your keyboard function. By using it, the input
method of special language can be accompished easily.
Now you can set your own keyboard layout and enjoy easier,
faster and less painful typing.
has several advantages. The advantages include:
?Keystroke Converter can be used as an easy fix to correct firmware errors.
?Frequently used keys can be added to the keyboard by modifying the map. Keys that aren't often used (for example, right CTRL key) can be mapped to
Disabled or exchanged for other keys.
?Key locations can be altered easily. Users can easily customize the location of frequently used keys for their benefit.
?Once the key locations is altered, a system reboot is not
required to activate it.
?The new mappings only apply to current user. These mappings
can be set to work differently depending on the current user.
?Keystroke Converter supports Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP/2003
?Keystroke Converter Lets you type using your mouse.
?Keystroke Converter defines an action as what gets done by
a set of commands to perform a task, such as "open a web page", "execute a program", "type text" and others.
Keystroke Converter is a tool to exchange the keys on the keyboard. With it, you can say goodbye to any keyboard layout you dislike. With it, you can make the broken key function again. With it, you can disable any undesired key. With it, you can change your common 102 keyboard into a multifunctional one without costing much money. The basic functions of
Keystroke Converter are as follows:
1. Change one key for another.
2. Change one key for a sequence of keys.
3. Change a sequence of keys for another sequences.
4. Accomplish text input with one or a sequence of keystrokes.
5. Accomplish Macro with one or a sequence of keystrokes.
6. Disable one or a sequence of keystorkes.
7. Key to Mouse.
8. Control volume from keyboard.
9. One press to lunch web browser or program or sepecial file or