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Windows 7: Program to change or delete shortcuts keys?

02 Sep 2013   #1
fits79

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Program to change or delete shortcuts keys?

Is there any program that it can show me ALL the shortcut button and allow me to change or delete any of these shortcut button?

A LOT OF THANKS.


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03 Sep 2013   #2
MilesAhead

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It's not as simple as it seems. Take a look here
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