( 4.0 Average / 3 Ratings )
I'm fond of, and used to, this keyboard from an old iMac, and didn't bother replacing it for my new PC. But Windows doesn't ordinarily recognize its fn key, volume controls, etc. After almost giving up and just using an AutoHotKey script to adjust my volume, I was finally able to get Apple's Boot Camp drivers working on my gaming PC by following a youtube guide here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D31uzS1Szek
This broke a lot of **** for me, though. I couldn't run my hard drive backup utility without deleting some bloat Apple snuck into /system32/drivers. I also needed to change "OSXFnBehavior" in my registry for regular use of my function keys. It even screwed up my Windows clock settings, assuming I was using an Apple computer that thought my BIOS clock was set to GMT and adjusted to local time in the OS. The keyboard is absolutely not worth fixing all this crap, but... ehh.