Your download link is at the very bottom of the page... always.
Processed through Paypal
No account required.
Donate Bitcoin to this wallet:
Donate Ethereum to this wallet:
Donate Litecoin to this wallet:
| KeyboardStateView v1.00
KeyboardStateView v1.00 KeyboardStateView is a simple tool for Windows that displays the current state and virtual key code of every key you press. It also allows you to view the current state of all keyboard keys. For every key, the following information is displayed: Key Name (VK_XXXX ), Description, Key Code (Decimal), Key Code (Hexadecimal), Key Pressed Status, Key Toggled Status (Useful for Num Lock, Caps Lock), and last time that the key was pressed. Start Using KeyboardStateView KeyboardStateView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - KeyboardStateView.exe After running KeyboardStateView, every key that you press on your keyboard is displayed on the main window of KeyboardStateView, even when KeyboardStateView is not in focus. If you want to view the state of all keys, simply turn off the 'Show Only Keys Pressed In Last seconds' option (Under the Options menu) Translating KeyboardStateView to other languages In order to translate KeyboardStateView to other language, follow the instructions below: Run KeyboardStateView with /savelangfile parameter: KeyboardStateView.exe /savelangfile A file named KeyboardStateView_lng.ini will be created in the folder of KeyboardStateView utility. Open the created language file in Notepad or in any other text editor. Translate all string entries to the desired language. Optionally, you can also add your name and/or a link to your Web site. (TranslatorName and TranslatorURL values) If you add this information, it'll be used in the 'About' window. After you finish the translation, Run KeyboardStateView, and all translated strings will be loaded from the language file. If you want to run KeyboardStateView without the translation, simply rename the language file, or move it to another folder. License This utility is released as ...
|1,863||Jul 02, 2020
| Mechvibes v2.3.1
Mechvibes v2.3.1 Play mechanical keyboard sounds and typewriter sound as you type. - You can add more keyboard sound set by recording any sound you like and add them to this app with some easy steps. With Mechvibes Editor, you can create a new sound pack, edit existing sound pack or share them with your friends. Features Plays mechanical keyboard sounds as you type Plays typewriter sound as you type Create, edit, share your customized sound packs Add existing sound packs from community Help blind people type on their keyboard easier with voice pack Click here to visit the author's website.
|574||Sep 14, 2021
Hai Nguyen Minh
| NeatMouse v1.05.004
NeatMouse v1.05.004 Free keyboard mouse emulator NeatMouse is a small tool for Windows that allows controlling your mouse cursor via keyboard. This is very useful when your physical mouse is unavailable: If you havenít installed its driver yet, and Windows was unable to do this automatically. If you use wireless mouse and its battery is low so you need to charge it. If you are a person with reduced mobility. NeatMouse also comes in handy when you need high precision in mouse pointer moving. It allows setting pointer moves accuracy up to one pixel. Key features of NeatMouse: NeatMouse can be activated by one of the following keys: Num Lock, Scroll Lock, Caps Lock, or by the custom hotkey. Select one of the Ctrl, Alt or Shift buttons for alternate speed modifiers. When this button is pressed, mouse pointer moves with alternate speed. Select one of the Ctrl, Alt or Shift for no-emulation mode. When this button is pressed and you press a keyboard button bound to the mouse action, this button performs its primary task as if there is no mouse emulation. Specify regular and alternate mouse speed. Bind keys for moving mouse left, right, up, down, and diagonally. Bind keys for left mouse button click, right mouse button click, middle mouse button click. Bind keys for scrolling up and down. Manage custom user settings: if you use portable version of NeatMouse, you can create different settings for your laptop and workstation. By default, the mouse control keys for NeatMouse located on the keyboard numpad. The default key bindings are shown below, and each of them can be altered. NeatMouse has English, ...
|2,079||Jul 02, 2020
| Scancode Map v1.11
Scancode Map v1.11 An easy, portable tool to re-map your keyboard keys. From the author: "It all stated by me getting annoyed with F1 key. As it is only a registry change, I did it manually; easy enough. But then I got another laptop that had no context key (damn you HP). So I remapped Right Alt to Context menu. But I also wanted F1. And for my media computer with a strange small keyboard, I wanted to do other mappings too. Quite soon it was obvious that I might as well create application instead of calculating mappings by hand. This application gives you ability to remap any hardware key to another using the Scancode Map registry value. Once configuration is written (and computer rebooted), application doesnít need to be running for mapping to work. Additionally, if you want to use manual mapping, it is useful to get scancode information for a key and there is standalone Scancode Viewer included too." Changes: 1.11 (2019-11-17) Using TLS 1.3 for upgrade and feedback. Click here to visit the author's website.
|900||Apr 12, 2021
| SharpKeys v3.9.3
SharpKeys v3.9.3 A free utility that manages a Registry key that allows Windows to remap one key to any other key. Included in the application is a list of common keyboard keys and a Type Key feature to automatically recognize most keyboard keys. It was originally developed in C# using .NET v2 but has been updated to support .NET 4.0 Client Profile From the author: "This is something that I've thrown together to help people out with their keyboard mappings. What's a keyboard mapping? How many times a day do you accidentally hit cAPS lOCK BY MISTAKE AND END UP HAVING TO GO BAck and retype stuff? For me it was at least once an hour - in fact, I used to pop off the Caps Lock key so I wouldn't hit it anymore, but I found something better in Windows XP, as well as 2000, Server 2003, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10. There's a little used registry hack that allows you to remap keys across a keyboard. For me, this meant that I told my computer to treat Caps Lock as if it was a shift key, which it now does. The more I started working with other keyboard, the more I wanted to have this ability to map other keys across my keyboard, but working with the Hex numbers and having too look up scan codes could be painful... hence SharpKeys. SharpKeys is not responsible for any of the keyboard remapping functionality - it simply exposes a Registry key that controls how Windows remaps keys and has been available to us since Windows 2000. The list of keys that are included in the application are from most of the US-based keyboards that I've used over the years and is not guaranteed to be 100% complete for world keyboards." How do ...
|1,456||Dec 15, 2021
|Showing rows 1 to 5 of 5||Showing Page 1 of 1||1|
OlderGeeks.com Copyright (c) 2022