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There are two ways you can support CapsLockBeGone.

You can donate using the little button there on the left, or you can buy something at the "I Hate the CapsLock Key" store.

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Oh, wait, you wanted software support?

Support for this app? Come on, let's be serious here. CapsLockBeGone is pathetically simple to use, and if you are coming here looking for support on how to use it, well, you probably have bigger problems than needing help with CapsLockBeGone, eh?

Okay, that isn't so nice. Sorry. But seriously, there isn't really a lot of support needed here. The application is pretty much self-explanatory, and with all the snide comments along the way, you should pretty much be able to figure out what is going on and what you need to do.

The only support I can offer here is to provide information on how to totally remove the additions made by CapsLockBeGone. So here you go:

  1. Select Start|Run and enter 'regedit' (without the quotes)
  2. Use Regedit to navigate to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\
    Keyboard Layout\ key
  3. Delete the "Scancode Map" value.
  4. Reboot.

It's safe to delete the "Scancode Map" value -- you almost certainly didn't even have that entry there until CapsLockBeGone added it there for you. After you do that, your computer should be back where it started before CapsLockBeGone did anything. Back to a computer that has a working CapsLock key. Back to typing hell.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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