How to Reconfigure the Keyboard by Remapping Keys on Windows 10

If you do a lot of typing work on your Windows 10 system there are chances that you may have ended up damaging a few keys on your keyboard. However, getting them repaired or buying a new keyboard might cost too much and it may leave a hole in your pocket. Hence to avoid that, you can Reconfigure the key which is faulty with some other key that you don’t use much and it’ll help you to get the work done.

Remapping the keys is easy, all you need is this tool called PowerToys for Windows 10 which was recently launched and helps you to reassign any key to work like any other key. Hence in this guide, we are going to see How to reconfigure the keyboard by remapping keys on Windows 10. Without waiting further, let’s get started.

How to Reconfigure the Keyboard by Remapping Keys on Windows 10

Step 1: Download the Microsoft Powertoys tool on your Windows 10 system and install it on your PC.

Step 2: Once the software is installed on your PC, run it and click on “Keyboard Manager” from the left panel.

Step 3: Click on “Remap a Key” to get started with the process.

Step 4: In the next step, press on the “+” button to select a key that you want to remap.

Step 5: Choose the key that you want to remap, you can choose any key you wish to change. It’s suggested to use the one that’s not working, broken, rarely used, or the Alt key if you are coming from a Mac-based computer.

Step 6: Next, choose a function from the right-side panel that you want to replace your key with.

Step 7: Click on “Ok” and then select “Continue Anyway” to save your changes.

That’s it. Doing this will remap the keys on your computer. It is to be noted that this software only works on Windows 10 so if you notice any issues make sure you update your Windows to the latest version. If you liked this guide, then don’t forget to share it using the social media buttons.