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While I found a group policy setting to disable all shortcuts involving the Windows key, I'd like to keep most of them and only disable those I consider useless and would like to use otherwise, e.g. WIN+H opens the share charm, which I never use but would rather map to the toggle hidden files tool. So,

how to disable or remap keyboard shurtcuts involving the Windows key?

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This can be solved via AutoHotkey. To disable a hotkey, e.g. WIN+H, use

#h::return

but you can also remap it to another shortcut, e.g. CTRL+WIN+H via

#h::#^h

For more complicated usage such as running specific commands, please refer to the Documentation.

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