NumPad Transformer will let you arm your NumPad with frequently used functions, including basic mouse control. The program changes two more buttons besides those included in the NumPad -- the ScrollLock and the Pause/Break buttons. ScrollLock becomes a "Copy" button, and Pause/Break becomes a "Paste" button. The Division button (/) becomes "Ctrl+Tab". The Multiplication button (*) becomes "Ctrl+F4". The Subtraction button (-) will give the "Restore" command. NumPad keys from Home (top left) to Page Down (bottom right) will now move your mouse. Pressing the same buttons while holding the Shift key will give temporarily more speed to mouse movement. The Insert button will perform a left mouse click and the Clear button at the middle of the NumPad will perform a right click. The Addition button (+) will let you navigate all your (non-minimized) open windows one by one. The Enter button of the NumPad will now "Minimize" a window to the taskbar. Finally pressing just a single button, the Delete key of the NumPad, will let you immediately Shutdown, Restart, Log Off or send your monitor to Sleep. The default configuration of NumPad Transformer is very convenient, however, if for any reason you need different functions assigned to different keys, you can contact the author and, with a very small fee, request a customized version.
Windows Server 2008