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Keyset for Windows

By Alistair GeorgeFreeUser Rating

Key Details of Keyset

  • Set any of the function keys on at startup.
  • Last updated on August 24, 2015
  • There have been 1 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)

Editors' Review

Download.com staff
This ultrasimple application efficiently performs it main jobs, but we doubt the majority of users will find it necessary. KeySet's tiny interface allows you to enable your system's Num Lock, Caps Lock, Scroll Lock, and Insert keys, and automatically turns them on at Windows start-up. We found this app very easy to use. Just run it, select the keys you want to initialize at start-up by checking boxes, close the program, and that's it. The next time you turn your computer on or log on, the specified function keys will be automatically enabled (though this could prevent you from properly entering your password). KeySet requires no installation to speak of, but we wish it sat in your system tray for easier access. Those who constantly use the aforementioned specific keys will find this freebie saves a bit of time, but average folks likely won't need to download it.

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Full Specifications

September 21, 2005
Latest update
August 24, 2015
Operating System
Windows 10, Windows 95, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows XP
Additional Requirements
Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003 Server
Total Downloads
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Developer's Description

Set any of the function keys on at startup.
KeySet is a simple startup function keys initializer. Some software requires setting of function keys prior to use. KeySet negates this requirement by setting any of the following keys ON at startup: numlock, caps lock, scroll lock, insert. Only useful for those that have a specific need to automatically turn these keys on. Does not write to registry. Very simple to use: run program once, select desired keys, then close. Thereafter keyset runs each startup and sets desired keys for programs that need Scroll Lock on. It does not write to registry.