Are there any way to set a custom keyboard shortcut for an application in Windows?
More specifically I'd like to overwrite the exisisting WIN + E shortcut (which is default for opening
I think it might be possible to do it with AutoHotKey , but I'm looking for a more native solution, e.g. a registry hack, so I don't have to depend on third-party software.
I saw SharpKeys were noted in another post ( How can I remap a keyboard key? ), but I'm not sure if that can set application specific shortcuts, only change the function of keys. Regardless, this is also third-party software.
Lastly, I'm aware of custom keyboard shortcut for shortcuts, but these are limited to CTRL + ALT + <wanted key>.
I've been unsuccessful Googling for this but perhaps my Google Fu level is not high enough. Ultimately I may have to settle for AutoHotKey, but any tips would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!