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Windows 7 set those Windows+Shift keys for moving windows to the other screens:

Windows logo (Win)+Shift+→ (Right Arrow) or Windows logo (Win)+Shift+← (Left Arrow) moves the window to the other side of the dual monitor setup.

How can I disable this? It conflicts with Emacs/org mode's keys, and I find it annoying.

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I'm confused as to what shortcut you mean. Windows+Shift doesn't do anything for me in Win7... –  Shinrai Oct 5 '10 at 14:28
@Shinrai : They are Windows-Shift-Left/Right. –  prosseek Oct 5 '10 at 14:38
Oh, that's nice to know actually, thanks. Sorry I can't help at all with turning it off though. –  Shinrai Oct 5 '10 at 15:11
It may be part of the video card driver - Intel cards have the most annoying ability to flip the display upside down just by accidentally pressing control and downarrow. –  JohnnyVegas Dec 21 '14 at 1:33

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