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'[OT] how to disable [Ctrl] Q in Windows XP system'
|Good day to all.
Accidentally closed one too many applications and now I'm mad (at
myself, but mad nonetheless).
I tend to use keyboard shortcuts when navigating some my windows
Ever notice how easy it is to hit [Ctrl] Q instead of [Ctrl][Tab] or [Ctrl] W?
I do it all too often. Getting sloppy in my old age.
Anyone know of a simple trick to disable or trap [Ctrl] Q? Global
trap or disable is just fine.
Its easy in some of my other systems - I run an app called PowerPro
which allows this sort of thing. But I don't have it loaded on all
of my machines.
Was wondering if Windows XP has anything built-in.
Thanks for any suggestions!
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Useful info on defining hotkeys here:
Maybe you can define it to run something innocuous instead?
lets you redifine ANY keycode to something else. $45US
Since you already have a tool that will do it, why not install it?
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