KeyTweak is a simple utility that allows users to redefine their keyboard input signals. The functionality is made possible by a registry value first documented in Windows 2000, but also present in Windows NT 4.0. and included in XP, Vista and Windows 7.
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