Num Lock key: Some keyboards have two numeric keys. One above the alphabet buttons, and one on the right of the keyboard called dedicated keys, and usually the dedicated number pad is omitted on smaller laptops or notebooks to allow for their compact size. The number pad on the right is rarely used, and the Num Lock button must be enabled when using numeric keyboards. This Num Lock button enables or disables the numeric keypad.
Quick tip: If the numeric keys on the right are disabled, nothing generally happens after touching, only the cursor moves to the beginning of the current text line. If you need to use the numeric key frequently, we recommend turning on the Num Lock button.
The Caps Lock and Scroll Lock buttons work like the Num Lock button. The first, helps you to switch between capital letters and small letters, while the other enable or disable scrolling. Like the Num Lock button, you can set these buttons the same way. On or Off. If you do not want to limit these features, but want to know when it is turned on or off, turn on the audio alerts.
If you want the Num Lock key to be permanently activated, change the database entry as follows:
Note: (If necessary, repeat the same operation under HKEY_USERS \Default \Control Panel \Keyboard). You can also use the following numbers to activate NumLock, CapsLock / ScrollLock instead of 0 (zero):
Download the file InitialKeyboardIndicators.reg ready prepared. Simply click on the downloaded file and it will immediately be added to the database, you do not have to do anything manually.
Download the file restore.reg ready prepared. Just click on the downloaded file and will immediately restore the registration database to the original settings.