I have already disabled the Win-key hotkeys with
NoWinKeys as well as the Win+Arrow keys in the DWM. However Win+P, the hotkey for the projector settings (which I don’t use anyway because I have a desktop with only one monitor, not a laptop) seems to be immune to that setting. Every other Win-key hotkey is disabled (including, to my chagrin, Win+Tab), but Win+P remains resolute to ruin my day by preventing me from mapping it to a command prompt. (To be accurate, Win+U is also adamantly reserved for the accessibility options, regardless of whether or not you enable or use them.)
Since I have used
NoWinKeys, I suspected that it must not be getting hooked by Explorer, but rather some other component (a driver?) like the Mobility Center (which also hooks Win+X), however again, I am not using a laptop. (I do recall at one point in the past using some hack to enable the Mobility Center on a desktop, but I think that was in a previous installation because that key doesn’t exist now.)
Does anyone know how to disable Win+P or how to figure out where it is being hooked in order to stop it?
(Yes, there are two questions on SU that mention Win+P, but neither has a solution to this.)