Key Mapper gives you a visual guide to your keyboard and allows for easy remapping of the majority of the keys on your keyboard.
After selecting the key you want to change, Key Mapper will suggest keys you can map to it.
Any time you open a Windows app by rolling your mouse pointer over to an icon or lift your finger up and tapping on a tile, you're wasting time and putting unnecessary strain on your shoulder. It may be easier to find your app if you change the view setting to "detailed list" so you can see all the icons in a single column. Click Yes when asked if you want the shortcut on the desktop. If you're creating a keyboard shortcut for a "desktop app," any application that installs via direct download rather than Windows Store alone, you can create the shortcut directly from the Start Menu.
The fastest and least physically-taxing way to launch any program is with a keyboard shortcut you can hit without even lifting your hands off of the homerow. You can get there by typing "cmd" into the Cortana / Search box and then right clicking on Command Prompt and selecting "Run as administrator." 2. By using this method, you can avoid creating a separate shortcut icon on the desktop.
As for myself, I always have two pieces of software running: Launchy for easy software launching and Share X for screenshots.
Both of these use hotkeys to work, and you can customise what keys triggers which action.Once done, your previously-unused keys are ready to go!Did you know that you can set up hotkeys to launch programs within Windows 10 without using third-party software?While there’s nothing wrong per se with the default options they give you, you can always add new functionalities to a keypress as well as simplify a hotkey that uses two or three keys to a single keystroke.Sometimes you may want a key to perform the same job as another one on your keyboard.This may be because the key you want to use is broken and you need to find a workaround while you get a new keyboard.You can even remap keys on your keyboard to emulate keys that aren’t on your keyboard at all such as media control keys (pause, play) and web browsing keys (back, forward, refresh).You can choose between simply having it emulate a different key (such as letters or numbers) or emulate optional keys you may not have on your keyboard (such as an Email key).Once you’ve selected the remap, you need to log off and on again for the effects to take place.Unfortunately, most programs do not offer this level of customization.If you're using Microsoft Windows, you can install Auto Hotkey to create scripts that can be assigned any shortcut key and can be programmed to do almost anything in any program.