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Change function keys to default keys

by -Squirrel- / October 14, 2015 1:17 PM PDT

I want to use the extra function of the function keys, without having to press fn all the time. Now, when I want to change the volume I have to press fn+f11. I just want to press f11 because it's easier.

I have an ASUS ZENBOOK UX305, Windows 10.

I already tried restarting and pressing all the f-keys, but I don't get a 'BIOS-screen'. When I open an UEFI-screen I don't find the right thing to change the keys. I don't have a numlock-button so fn+numlock won't do it. I tried pressing fn for 10 seconds but that doesn't work either.

Can somebody please help me?

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You'll probably find this somewhere in the Control Panel
by mrmacfixit Forum moderator / October 14, 2015 3:45 PM PDT

Apple uses the same, annoying FN thing, but can be changed in their equivalent of Control Panel


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