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On Windows, Ctrl is primarily used for shortcuts to menu commands. Alt is used for access keys in menus and dialogs. While these are sometimes considered as shortcuts, Microsoft sees this more as an accessibility feature. Windows Key is used for system-wide functions. Function keys can also be used for shortcuts, and there are a few standard Function keys ...


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Windows is more focused on controling the bar, and shortcuts from the start menu : Win + number will make you come back to this task Win + E will make the Explorer file open you can access clicking on Start then on Computer Even if you can open task manager from right clicking on the windows bar, it's not the very first design. Since Alt controls ...


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There are a couple of things to bear in mind here. Keyboard shortcuts under Windows are often based on much older MSDOS commands and so don't always follow modern conventions. And, for shortcuts within programs, they are defined by the developer and tailored to the perceived needs of their user and so do not always follow existing paradigms (plus there are ...



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