I have an Acer Aspire V5 laptop for home use whose keyboard's lower-left corner has the keys arranged like this
Ctrl Fn ❖ Alt
This differs from, and IMO is less comfortable than, the arrangements I find in every other keyboard I use, namely these
Fn Ctrl ❖ Alt (my work laptop)
Ctrl ❖ Alt (my desktops at home and at work)
I really would like the Acer's Ctrl and Fn keys to switch places, so to speak.1
The BIOS for this Acer, AFAICT, offers no option for flipping the Fn and Ctrl keys.2
Is there some way that I can switch these keys by remapping them at the software level?
1 The Acer's different layout is more than just an annoyance. It causes me to make frequent errors (as I press Fn when in fact I want to be pressing Ctrl). Moreover, after I become habituated to the Acer, and then switch to my work laptop, I start making the same sort of error all over again. These errors are often disorienting, especially if I'm working quickly, and they have the potential for being costly.
2 My work laptop's BIOS does offer such an option, but, ironically, perhaps because I am an Emacs user, I find my work laptop's key arrangement to be the more ergonomically comfortable to the two, by far. Since I use my work laptop far more than the Acer, I am very reluctant to make it less sound ergonomically by availing myself of its BIOS option.