In my previous laptops, I usually found the delete key situated above the backspace key towards the right-hand side. However, in my latest laptop, the Acer Predator Helios 300, they have replaced the delete key with the home key in that location.

I frequently use the delete key, but I am having trouble adjusting to the unusual placement of the delete key. If the key in the delete key’s position did not serve any function during text editing, I might have been able to adjust to it.

I’m wondering if it’s feasible to swap the home and delete button in Windows 10.

Askify Moderator Edited question April 28, 2023