sMaRTcaPs controls the response of the Caps Lock, Num Lock, and Insert key so that each must be purposely held before it will toggle. Unique sounds when each key's changes state, visual indicators, and startup settings. Now with BeepKeys.
Dec 26, 2011 12:05:01
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: sMaRTcaPs is a Windows utility that completely eliminates all of the annoyances with the Caps Lock, Num Lock, and Insert keys. With sMaRTcaPs, there is no more ruined work, saving you time, money, and frustration. And it works in the background for all of your Windows 98 and later applications.sMaRTcaPs prevents all accidental touches of these keys yet still allows full functionality. An adjustable time delay is added to each key so it must be purposely held before it will toggle. Optional sound notifications will let you know exactly when each key has toggled states, not just when the key has been touched.Now with our BeepKeys feature which lets you know whenever a key is pressed while Caps Lock is on.Other options include 2 types of visual indicators for the Caps Lock and Num Lock keys, so that even notebook computers will clearly show each state. sMaRTcaPs will not only set the startup settings for these keys in systems that do not provide this capability, it will also give you sound notification of these startup states. sMaRTcaPs has been featured in the “Ask Leo” article of many Sunday papers, in “Mossberg’s Mailbox” of the Wall Street Journal, as well as in articles in the London Telegraph, and in Practical PC. sMaRTcaPs is a product of Phoebus LLC which has been solving the caps lock issue since 1991 with unmatched quality and service.
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