I can't register a hotkey with a program because "other programs are using it" In this case "Print Screen" and "Ctrl + Print Screen" and every other combination of Shift, Alt, Ctrl, + print-screen.
How can I tell what hotkeys are in use and what programs are using them?
I've seen similar questions:
- How can I determine which process owns a hotkey in Windows?
- What other tool is using my hotkey?
- How to find out what program took over control over Print Screen key?
- Delete Global Hotkey
And they suggest using a program called Hotkey Explorer but that program doens't run correctly on my system (Windows 10 Ent x64).. in fact here is a warning: DO NOT RUN THIS PROGRAM ON WINDOWS 10. What a nightmare.
Also I don't have Dropbox installed (other questions said it might use the print-screen buttons)