How to Remap the Fn Keys on macOS

Remap-Fn-Keys-Mac-Cover.jpgAll of the Fn keys on a Mac are mapped by default to perform specific functions that can be quickly accessible by users. For example, the F1 and F2 keys, when pressed, increase and decrease your screen’s brightness respectively. While some of the Fn keys and their associated functions are used regularly, some of them, like F3 – Expose view, might not be used that much, and it will be more useful to remap it to perform another function. Here we’ll show you how to remap the Fn keys on your macOS. Related: How to Add Options to macOS’s Services Menu The first thing we… Read more

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