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How to update Corsair keyboard firmware on Linux

Are you using a Corsair keyboard on your Linux PC? Is the firmware on your keyboard woefully out of date? Unsure of how to update the firmware? We can help! Here’s how to update Corsair keyboard firmware on Linux! Install CKB Next on Linux The Corsair keyboard firmware for Linux …

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How to enable keyboard typing sounds on Windows 10

Touch devices provide either audio or haptic feedback when users type on them. The feedback is often helpful in the absence of actual physical keys that you can tap/press though many users choose to disable it. If you find audio feedback for a keypress useful and would like to enable …

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How to recognize/identify a keypress on Windows 10

A keyboard will have a few essential keys; numbers and letters, and modifiers like Ctrl, Shift, and Alt. Keys like the Home, Insert, Delete key, and even the Windows key are all optional. You might even find keyboards that do not have a row of function keys, though those will …

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How to remap special keys on a keyboard on Windows 10

External keyboards, both wired and wireless, often have special keys. These keys are separate from the function set of keys that are standard on all laptops. The number and function of these special keys vary from keyboard to keyboard but generally, they let you open your default browser, mail app, …

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How to remap keys on Windows 10

Keyboards are some of the easiest hardware to use regardless if you’re on a Mac or a Windows 10 PC. They’re easy to set up, have lots of language variations, and don’t require special drivers to work. Connect a new keyboard to your Windows 10 PC and it will be …

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How to fix media keys not working on Linux

Lots of desktop keyboards have media playback buttons the user can use to pause, stop, skip and play music with the press of a button. For the most part, the Linux kernel, and Linux operating systems have support for these devices, due to increased Linux driver development over the years. …

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