CM Storm Trigger Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review
CM Storm supply us with a standard installer for their Trigger software.
The software provided with the Trigger is very simple to use. Once installed we access it from the system tray and the first screen of the panel shows a large display of the keyboard with the five available profiles shown along the bottom. Clicking on each individual key allows us to program it with the action we want.
In the second screen we can configure our five on-board profiles which include auto-switching functionality. The software supports more than five profiles though and any additional settings are stored on the PC with a couple of buttons which allow us to send them to/from the board as required.
Our final screen in the control panel is Macro Studio and in here we have full control over the macro functions on the Trigger.
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