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How to ban Alt+Tab hot keys in Windows system?

How to ban the hot key?

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have you tried this:

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Note that you also need to disable Win+Tab, Win+Number, Win+T, Win+Everything, eventually, the Windows key itself and a number of other key combinations too. And even that will not prevent anyone from hitting Ctrl+Alt+Del and breaking out of your application. So why bother? – Joey May 9 '10 at 8:35
@Joey, NoWinKeys has no effect on Alt+Tab, Ctrl+Alt+Delete, Ctrl+Shift+Esc, Win+L, or Win+U; those are handled differently and need a keyboard hook to affect (even then…) – Synetech Jun 14 '11 at 2:43

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