Windows 10: Remapping & Disabling keys

  1.    24 Sep 2017 #1

    Remapping & Disabling keys

    Hi! I am new to Windows (been a Mac for ever). I am afraid of messing up my system. I really need to disable the Home button. It is next to my backspace button and I keep hitting it. needless to say, AARRGGHH. I see that there are apps that claim to remap the keys. Some have lots of functionality. I only really want to remap the home key. Maybe the end key too.

    I don't know how to edit the registry, but I would be willing to do that.

    Any advice would be appreciated! Thanks!
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