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A few weeks ago I wrote a article on disabling the caps lock key in Windows.  I decided since I have been writing some Linux articles I may as well show a way to do the same thing in Linux. Its a short, quick fix but it can be useful if you hate capslock like I do.

Below I outline the steps to disable the key:

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I wanted to disable some keys and rearrange some other keys on my Dell Studio XPS 1340 laptop. The keyboard on this laptop is the most comfortable feeling keyboard I have ever used however there are a couple key locations, one specifically, that have been causing me issues because of the way I type. Before I explain how to make the keys on any Windows computer do whatever you want them to do I also wanted to mention that this is the first laptop I have ever had with a back-lit keyboard so I can finally work in a completely dark room with no windows! Below I describe and display a application that can easily be used to make keys on your keyboard function in any way that you want without having to run a third party application at all times.

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