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How to Override Win+[Key] Combination already taken by Windows?

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Zohar

Hello

I am using Windows XP, and I want to set some HotKeys that are Win+[Key] combination.

My problem is with the Win+[Key] combinations that Windows use,

for example, Win+F opens Window's Find File/Folder application.

(The full list of used key combinations can be found in Window's Help(F1 while in Desktop), under the topic "Windows keyboard shortcuts overview")

How can I set a HotKey on a combination that is already used by windows?, for example Win-F

Maybe it's possible to Disable the used Win-[Key] combinations first, so I can then use them myself?

I hope someone knows..

Thank you

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Yashied

Hello

I am using Windows XP, and I want to set some HotKeys that are Win+[Key] combination.

My problem is with the Win+[Key] combinations that Windows use,

for example, Win+F opens Window's Find File/Folder application.

(The full list of used key combinations can be found in Window's Help(F1 while in Desktop), under the topic "Windows keyboard shortcuts overview")

How can I set a HotKey on a combination that is already used by windows?, for example Win-F

Maybe it's possible to Disable the used Win-[Key] combinations first, so I can then use them myself?

I hope someone knows..

Thank you

This will help you.

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Zohar

This will help you.

Yashied this looks terrific!!!

Thank you very much!

BTW, just for general knowledge,

Does anyone know if it's possible to Turn Off, or Set to another Key, the used keys by Windows(such as Win-F, Win-E, Win-M, etc).

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