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When I press Win+F I get the Windows search window. I want to replace that with a different search application, is it possible to re-map the Win+F shortcut to a different application?

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I just created a AutoHotkey script to run FileSeek on Win+F. Works fine.

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This seems to be the best option right now. :) – Jon Tackabury Oct 6 '10 at 19:22
That's at: – Randy Orrison Nov 9 '11 at 7:54

Not directly what you're looking for, but if you install Google Desktop, Ctrl Ctrl brings up the search box. And you can then disable the native search.

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