SharpKeys is now in the Microsoft Store!

Minor update, but one I’m thrilled to share: you can now download and install SharpKeys from the Microsoft Store!

I’ll still make offer the MSI and EXE’s directly from GitHub, this website, or winget, but by having the app in the Microsoft Store will also mean that updates will get pushed directly to your PC, which I kinda dig.

Still a free app to download and use – you can find it here: Microsoft Store.


4 thoughts on “SharpKeys is now in the Microsoft Store!”

  1. Is it possible to setup this only for a specific keyboard?
    My laptop one is ok, but I have to do this for my MX Keys Mac, so for now I simply load the proper setup when I switch.

    It would be awesome to be able to setup this for a specific keyboard!

    Thanks <3

  2. Hi
    Sorry for my bad english, I want an help from you to create a software that with a combination of key change the keys of the keyborad. My idea is that one user when instal the software on it’s pc, the software initialy create a file with a remap random of the key like
    A->&
    B->d
    C->7
    .
    .

    Only (for example) when the user press ctrl+windows+k the keyboard is remapped following the file and when user retype ctrl+windows+k keybord return to normal configuration.
    Why this?
    Becouse i want remember my easy password like the name of my son, but before of writing it i press ctrl+windows+k so “Letizia10” became something like “rfjH#si4?”
    It’s would wonder if a key could be remmapped in one or more key like
    A-> 7
    B-> fH
    C -> ?0I


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