As many of you are aware, I detest the [Caps Lock] key and all it stands for. I understand (because oldness) the reason why the caps lock key is positioned as it is. It used to be a mechanical device (a very small button) for holding the [shift] key down while you typed something in bold, via all caps. I used to actually go back and type over a word more than once, to make it truly bold. In the modern world of soft-touch keypads, the least brush on the poorly positioned [Caps Lock] key activates it and in your flurry of writing, you type several words before revving back down and going backwards to... fix [sigh]. Heaven help you if you do not touch type. It might be several lines before you look up and now you are gritting your teeth and threatening to pull out your own mustache, manual-wax style. On my desktop, I actually turned the brand new keyboard over, unscrewed all of its screws and gained access to the actuator pads that sit between the keys and the contacts. I took a pair of wire cutters and nipped the rubber pad out so the key actually sits down in a hole and cannot be used at all. It was a wonderfully satisfying feeling to see the little dead Caps Lock key in the bottom of its shallow-grave-like depression. The world had just become a slightly better place. Well, for a PC based computer there is a tiny, free program that I absolutely love! KeyTweak lets you remap whatever key you want and make it do whatever you want! I didn't even read the instructions (because I am a MAN!) and I was done turning the [Caps Lock] key into a regular [Shift] key, in less than fifteen seconds! I would have been happier if the little key had screamed a quiet wail of anguish as I made it into something else. My Matrix-like god-powers over the hapless little key gave me a heady rush of stolen power probably not witnessed since Prometheus stole fire from the Gods.