The XKeymacs utility claims to implement Emacs keybindings in Windows apps. I haven’t tried it yet.

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Anonymous wrote at Thursday, December 8, 2005 at 7:22:00 PM PST

I've been using Xkeymacs for a few months and it works like a charm, within the limitations of the application. Only occasionally do I hit a windows key combination when Xkeymacs is active, but M-/ undoes C-q deactivates and I'm ready to type that C-h to get my Firefox history. another C-q and I can use M-d and M-t again in this comment site. Oishi, the author, is very supportive too. The version I first got didn't have M-t implemented, but the day after I requested it, it was implemented!

Amit wrote at Monday, April 30, 2007 at 12:13:00 PM PDT

I used XKeymacs for over two years and was very happy with it. It makes Windows tolerable!