X-Mouse is a program that can remap the buttons on a mouse and assign them to specific functions, such as launching programs, simulate the keyboard, copy and paste, adjust the volume of PC speakers, and more.
To assign the various functions is simply open the program interface, and here choose what you want to run depending on which button you press (right click, left button, scroll wheel that rotates upward wheel down any additional keys, etc.)..
With more buttons there are on our mouse, we can have more functionality (of course if we have a mouse with only two buttons such a program is useless).
It’s true that for mice that have a great bundled software you do not need this program, but there are other mouse with multiple buttons that come without software, and then X-Mouse becomes really useful.
There are programs that can remap the keyboard, or to exclude certain keys. This can be especially useful in the case of some notebook in which, having perhaps reinstall the operating system after some years, you can not find the keyboard driver.
Keyboard map, as very light (not even require installation), it is extremely powerful once remapped the keys, it will remain so permanently, even if you do not load more MapKeyboard startup. To go back, the only way is to start it again MapKeyboard and fix everything manually.
Sharpkeys compared to Map Keyboard, is initially more complex to use, but also more powerful.
Keytweak, unlike Keyboard Map, requires no installation. It the one with better graphics interface, which has the highest number of functions. Through KeyTweak, you can simply keyboard into a real multimedia keyboard (in practice certain combinations of keys are associated with specific functions).