On all my Windows PCs I do a 'Shortcut key' for calculator to open with Ctrl+Shift+C:
I can't figure out how to do it on Windows 10. There are no right-click properties.
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shell:AppsFolder, right-click Calculator, Create shorcut, Yes
calc.exe, Create Shortcut, Yes. Then step 2 above
If I placed the shortcut in %WinDir%\System or Documents it seemingly wouldn't work!? It was flakey even moving back to Desktop, but after I set the shortcut to something else, hit Apply, then back to Ctrl+Shift+C it'd work :P
To set up a Win+1 keyboard shortcut:
I didn't want to do any programming or pollute my desktop. What I did was find where my personal app links were stored when I installed them. I'll use Firefox as an example.
calc.exeand copied it to that same directory.
Maybe a couple extra steps, but it (Ctrl - Alt - K) works!