is an ultra-basic application that won’t even sport an interface. It’s easy to add as a startup task and should only be used if you constantly find that not having the NumLock function enabled when your machine starts is actually an issue. It won’t serve for anything else, so you either have an issue with your NumLk button or you don’t. It can also be used to toggle the function on or off and could come in handy for individuals that have a broken Num button.
This is especially important for laptop users who’d have to change more than the keyboard to restore functionality to the button. The app can be added to the System Startup Items by creating a rule for it. This will thus lead you to have it enabled from the start, not needing to be toggled to function.
While there are other apps out there that can do a better job, the simplicity that surrounds this program makes it a good choice for users who desire to have as few flashy third-party apps on their desktop as possible. Without an interface or buttons and options, there is no configuring, no bothering, and definitely no issues to be had with NumLock.