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Process name: ThinkPad Keyboard Mapper Manager

Product: ThinkPad Keyboard Mapper

Support: Help link   Update link   Uninstall tool  

Company: Lenovo (lenovo.com)

File: TpKmapMn.exe


The user interface for the ThinkPad Keyboard Mapper, this management application allows you to assign functions to various keys on your IBM ThinkPad. The manager can be accessed by clicking the icon in the system tray. In 2005, the PC line of IBM products was acquired by Lenovo. Based in China, Lenovo maintains support for previous releases of the ThinkPad line of hardware and software.http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/tpkmapmn.exe.html 
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Average user rating of TpKmapMn.exe: based on 4 votes. Read also the 2 reviews.

  • 347 users ask for this file. 4 users rated it as not dangerous.

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Create Keyboard combinations for special Thinkpad buttons when using an external keyboard Stefan Schaefer
Company: IBM

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