Users of non-Windows systems are sometimes disturbed or simply aesthetically annoyed by having a Windows-specific logo on their keyboard. For this reason, sets of stickers and key-caps are available, mainly from online stores, which can be used to restyle the Windows keys with an image of Linux mascot Tux, a logo for KDE or a specific Linux distribution, or other graphics. Some keyboard manufacturers, such as Cherry, also produce keyboards with a Tux key. Some keyboards now have omitted the right windows key and left context menu key.
Recently, some netbook portable computers, such as ASUS Eee PC and Linux versions of Acer Aspire One are coming with a Home key instead of a Windows key, mainly due to the OEM Linux distributions installed on such machines.