Editing Computer Keyboard Key Properties
Thanks to a free utility called HotKeyz you can specify custom keyboard shortcuts. Available via hotkeyz.skynergy.qarchive.org, you will need to provide an e-mail address to download (in order that the developers can request that you review the software if you like it) but the file is just 1.5 MB so shouldn’t take too long.
Once downloaded, all you need to do is install the software and you can start mapping keyboard shortcuts that can be used to launch your favourite programs, run macros and more.
This utility is very easy to use – once installed and running, click New to create a new hotkey and then assign a Description and a Command, the latter by specifying a file to run. Alternatively use Click to browse for a system command or to specify a program to launch. Next assign a Category and then set a Hotkey – a keyboard shortcut combination.
Finally click OK – you can then start using the custom hotkey to launch the selected program. While it might not let you change position of delete key on a Dell keyboard, this tool is great for launching applications and performing other tasks directly from the keyboard.
With Hotkeyz you can create new system wide keystroke commands that can be used in conjunction with the standard Windows keyboard shortcuts.