So generally, when most computer users hit the cap lock button, number lock button, or even the scroll lock keys, those keys have a small LED light that will turn on, so the users know they have those keys activated. Well, believe it or not, some computers do not have that LED feature, so they are unaware if they have accidentally pressed a certain button, or if the button is still active or working at all.
AlomWare Lights is a software application that will show the status of buttons such as the cap lock, scroll lock key, etc. on the bottom right corner of your computer desktop, generally right next to where your time clock pops up. One of the most convenient features of this application is that it does not use a huge amount of the user's computer screen or block other windows from coming up.
This is a very simple application that can be used by anyone, especially beginners. Three buttons will be seen on the trey in the bottom corner, the buttons will switch between grey and orange as far as color goes, and this will show the user if the keyboard features are enabled or disabled. The buttons are also marked for the user, so you will know which status key you have activated.
One of the only features of this software is the ability for users to force number lock and cap lock off so that the user does not start typing and make mistakes in nonnumerical or capitals on accident. The features are few and far between, but that is what makes this software great. It is simple to use, and there is nothing to it.
PC desktop shows LED lights status