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Microsoft IntelliType Pro 7.1 Keyboard Software for Windows (32-bit) Driver Update

While the keyboard is one of the most important components of a computer since, not everyone is comfortable in using it since they don’t find some of the keys very useful. Because of this, it makes them wonder how to put those keys to good use.

One of the effective means in maximizing the use of your keyboard is if it has the proper driver installed on your system. While 64-bit applications are more difficult to find, it would be easier for you to find the appropriate driver for your system if it’s running on a 32-bit operating system.

Updating hardware drivers should be done on a regular basis. This allows you to change the behavior as well as the performance of your computer hardware. Therefore, if your PC runs on Windows XP, or later, and you need a driver that lets you to change the settings of your keyboard, then Microsoft IntelliType Pro Driver Update 7.1 is just the application that you’re looking for.

IntelliType Pro 7.1 automatically detects and installs any keyboard that’s connected to the PC. If a single unit uses more than one keyboard, each device has its own configuration. It lets you reassign a specific function to a particular key as well, including opening a file, program, web page, or even executing commands.

IntelliType Pro can also let you to disable often mispressed keys, like the Caps Lock key. Moreover, since it’s a 32-bit software, you won’t be having much trouble finding a software that should work with your operating system.

Apart from configuring hardware settings, IntelliType Pro 7.1 also lets you to turn on its auto-updates or even join a customer experience improvement program to make sure that you get the best out of your hardware use.

Microsoft IntelliType Pro 7.1 for Windows x32 was released on November 25, 2009 and you can download it from this site. Aside from updating your keyboard driver, you might want to check your other drivers as well.

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