One of the nice things about the new Apple Macintosh computers is that they all support Windows in "Bootcamp" mode. This means that virtually all Apple devices (including the Magic Mouse) can run in the Windows environment, even on a PC. After all, Macs all have Intel architecture, so they are more like a PC than ever before. The new Apple wireless keyboard has a sleek, modern design that is the envy of PC owners everywhere. Fortunately, the keyboard can be used by Windows 7 users on a PC with just a little effort.
Before you get used to the feel of the keys on Apple's metallic looking wireless keyboard, users have two issues to deal with: Bluetooth pairing and key mapping.
Using the Apple wireless keyboard on Windows 7 requires a PC equipped with Bluetooth technology. Computers without built-in Bluetooth can usually be enabled using a variety of USB based Bluetooth dongles.
While setting up an Apple wireless keyboard on Windows 7, some users encounter problems with the pairing. To address this, you can follow a simple registry procedure that almost always solves the pairing issue.
Once you have your unofficial Apple wireless keyboard paired with your computer, you have most of the work done.