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Windows 7: How disable Ctrl key and Alt key shortcuts

16 Aug 2010   #1

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How disable Ctrl key and Alt key shortcuts

I need to know how to disable to disable the CTRL and ALT keys. I continually hit these keys prompting tons of pop ups I do not want (ie CTRL and N opens a new explorer window, CTRL and P brings up print; ALT and T brings up tools within my window). Sometimes I get as much as 4 and 5 windows short cuts popping up while I am typing away. I cannot stand it! Please help me figure out how to stop this annoyance! Thanks!

*endured 7 pop ups for short cuts (make that 9), just while typing this (10...)* *Sigh*

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16 Aug 2010   #2

Windows 7 Professional SP1 64-bit
 
 

You can use the program KeyTweak to disable the keys, along with any others you want to (many use it to disable the Num Lock and Caps Lock keys).
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