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One of the computers I routinely work on runs XP and I commonly find myself trying to use shortcuts like

  • Win + //,
  • Win + 1...9,

and nothing happens. Is there a relatively clean way to add such functionality to XP?

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Some of those shortcuts requires features that only exists in Windows 7. You can make them do something I suppose, tons of programs that allow you to add shortcuts to Windows on the market, but there is no program that would migrate say Windows 7 only features into Windows XP – Ramhound Feb 8 '13 at 20:01

You can use AeroSnap for Windows XP/Vista which allows you to use the Win + Arrow keys shortcut.

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