Autohotkey can do this. It's quite trivial.
Make a file with the extension
Just double click to run, once you have installed Autohotkey.
It's really that easy. You can compile the script into a executable (
.exe) to make it portable with the compiler that comes with Autohotkey.
You'll have to run this at startup somehow if you won't want to manually run it every time you restart. Adding a shortcut to the script to the
Startup folder in the Start Menu works.
If you don't feel like installing Autohotkey, I've compiled the executable and uploaded it to MediaFire. If you don't trust me, go ahead and make one yourself using the above script.
Autohotkey themselves provide some advantages and disadvantages of using this method compared to remapping via changing some registry keys (which is what SharpKeys does, and what Piskvor describes). They also provide instructions, specifically:
- Use a (free) program such as KeyTweak
- Manually editing the registry, using a .reg file as described here