As the dominant player in the operating system space, many PCs come with keyboards with Windows keys. While this doesn’t mean these peripherals won’t be available on Apple macOS and a host of Linux distributions, some Linux users want to replace the two key caps with keys. If you happen to be a die-hard fan of Ubuntu Linux, check in on Reddit user Benji Stokman’s latest DIY results.
For users who are used to blind hitting, the change in the key cap pattern will not cause you any trouble.
Interestingly, what Benji Stokman usually uses is a keyboard with full-front, with only comments on the bottom side.
In addition to spending a few dollars to order through the storefront, hands-on users can also find their own key cap template files and then customize their favorite version with a 3D printer.
This is obviously a cool thing for hardcore Linux users.