I'm using Windows 10 and an app I recently installed has set
CTRL+M+O as a hotkey for launching itself, overriding a common shortcut for Visual Studio (collapse to definition). The problem is, I don't know how to disable it.
I tried searching for an .ink that had this assigned in Properties, but the only one I could find hasn't defined any hotkey. I couldn't find a shortcut manager in Windows to disable these "user-mapped" shortcuts. Can someone help me?