In order to re-map your keyboard, you need to download a tool such as KeyTweak. In a nutshell, KeyTweak is a front-end interface for editing a specific registry key.
Some of the features of KeyTweak:
- Simple interface
- Ability to Teach remapping by pressing the keys to be remapped
- Easy-to-read lists of all current and pending re-mappings
- Implementation of Specialty Keys support for certain keyboards
- Remove all re-mappings with a single button
- Enable/disable annoying keys
- Displays what exactly is written to the “Scancode Map” registry value and how to
- interpret its binary data
- User warnings help ensure Ctrl-Alt-Delete sequence is maintained
There are some limitations of KeyTweak, such as the inability to remap the Pause/Break key. You can find a list of the limitations in the KeyTweak manual here.
If you’re interested in remapping your keyboard, you can download KeyTweak here.