>how to remap capslock to backspace on windows
Step 1: Google
Step 2: Find some currymuncher's tutorial
Step 1: Run regedit. On most Windows machines, this can easily be accessed by pressing Win+R (especially in Windows 7 where "Run" is not an immediately available option in the start menu) and typing "regedit" in the box.
Step 2: Double-click on the following folders in order...
......and then click once on Keyboard Layout. (Layout, not Layouts. Very important.)
Step 3: This is the value you will be adding. If there is an item already here called "Scancode Map", right-click it and modify it. If not, right-click and add a new binary value and call it "Scancode Map".
Enter this value exactly as it appears here. Regedit will automatically space the values as needed.
Step 4: Close Regedit and restart your computer.
Step 3: Possibly break computer because you're editing the registry according to some curry muncher
>remap capslock to backspace on linux
google: remap keys xorg
"remove Lock = Caps_Lock
keycode 66 = BackSpace"
>pic unrelated, but windows users will grasp at straws because i google image'd windows sucks and got deviantart