How to Modify the fn Button as command on Mac?

Are you a Mac user looking to enhance your productivity and streamline your workflow? One often-overlooked feature that can significantly improve your efficiency is the ability to modify the FN (Function) key as a command key on your Mac. By making this simple adjustment, you can unlock a world of possibilities and customize your Mac experience to suit your specific needs.


To get started, follow these steps:

  1. Access the System Preferences: Click on the Apple menu at the top-left corner of your screen, and select “System Settings” from the dropdown menu.
  2. Navigate to the Keyboard Settings: Within the System Preferences window, locate and click on the “Keyboard” icon. This will open the Keyboard settings panel.
  3. Find the Keyboard Shortcuts: In the Keyboard settings panel, click on the “Keyboard Shortcuts” tab, typically located on the right-hand side of the window.
  4. Explore Function Keys: On the left side of the Keyboard Shortcuts tab, you’ll see a list of options. Look for “Function Keys” and click on it to proceed.
  5. Choose Your Preference: Depending on your Mac model, you’ll have two options to select from. If you primarily use your Mac’s internal keyboard, turn on the option that says “Use F1, F2, etc. keys as standard function keys.” If you frequently use an external keyboard, choose “Use F1, F2, etc. keys as standard function keys on external keyboards.”
  6. Save and Exit: After making your selection, close the Keyboard settings panel. Your changes will be automatically saved

So, why wait? Let’s dive into the System Preferences, unleash your creativity, and optimize your Mac experience to the fullest!





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