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Adding A Windows Key To A Keyboard

A Windows key on your keyboard is a real advantage but what do you do if you don't have one? Make do without? Buy a new keyboard? Read on for a top tip.


Step 1

Go to http://www.microsoft.com/windows95/downloads/contents/wutoys/w95kerneltoy and download the Keyboard Remap Kernel Toy


Step 2

Double click the downloaded Keyremap.exe file and extract it to a new folder.


Step 3

Right-click the Keyremap.inf file and select install.


Step 4

Go to Start > Settings > Control Panel > Double-click Keyboard > select the Remap tab.


Step 5

Under Right-hand Side, select the key you want to use e.g "Right Alt" in the left-hand box.


Step 6

In the right-hand box (still under Right-hand Side), select "Windows". Click OK, and you now have a Windows key.


Step 7

Press the key you have just configured and the Start Menu should pop up.

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