I bought an Apple Wireless Keyboard for my custom-built silent PC. I prefer it to most PC keyboards because it is quieter and it has a good key feel.
But some of the keys didn’t map very well. For example, pressing the @ key got me a backslash.
So, here’s the trick to it. Remap the keys using Microsoft’s Keyboard Layout Creator. It’s pretty easy. Start with your default keyboard layout (File\Load Existing Keyboard) and then change the keys that need changing and export the layout as an installable DLL and Setup package.
It took me an hour to find the tool and ten minutes to build the layout!