If you’re following along with my Emacs tutorials (or even if you aren’t) and you’re looking for a good way to practice your emacs keybindings, you might want to try XKeymacs. It’s an interesting little app that’ll enable emacs keybindings pretty much everywhere in Windows, or just in specific Windows programs if that’s what you’d prefer. But it’s not just limited to providing emacs keybinding in Windows. It’s also got surprisingly flexible capabilities for doing just about any kind of keyboard remapping you can think of. I highly recommend it.