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You may want to consider having a look at AutoHotkey. AutoHotkey is a utility that allows you to define custom hotkeys for a wide range of actions in Windows. For instance, the following is an example script which can move the currently active (focused) window to the upper left corner of the screen without maximizing it (unlike Win + ▲) via Ctrl + F4: ex. ...


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You can try WINDOWS + LEFT, followed by WINDOWS + UP. This will align the window in the upper left hand side of the screen. You can use WINDOWS + RIGHT instead of WINDOWS + LEFT to align the window in the upper right hand corner of the screen. P.S. You don't have to actually let go of the WINDOWS key in between the shortcuts, however you do have to let go of ...


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Try this: Launch Powershell as admin (Start > type Powershell > Right click Run as admin) Copy and paste the following New-ItemProperty -Path "HKCU:\Control Panel\Keyboard" -Name PrintScreenKeyForSnippingEnabled -PropertyType DWord -Value 0 -Force I noticed this line whiz past when running a Windows 10 debloat script. (it enabled the ...


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I also had the same issue, after not having the shortcut functioning now for well over 2 years, I am still automatically using it. So today I wanted to figure out. I found that both on my PC and Laptop the culprit stealing my shortcut was the Geforce Experience. Just deleted the shortcut from there and now it's working for me. I thought I share this here ...


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Clean the keyboard! This problem is often simply due to dust or crumbs causing a key to stay partially down and make intermittent contact. Unplug the keyboard, turn it over and tap the edge on your desk. Still with the keyboard inverted, run your hand back and forth so the keys are pressed in and spring out again. This will dislodge any debris so that it ...


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This worked for me as I have bought a new keyboard recently. If you are on windows 10 go to windows setting then devices then typing. Scroll down below until you see advance keyboard settings. Now there you will see override default input method. Try selecting English-US or any other keyboard but the option must not be kept "Use Language list". ...


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To put Bruno's comment into a proper answer, this is how you fix it, taken from the Opera forums: https://forums.opera.com/topic/34954/opera-shortcut-key-delete-history/5 Close Opera, then navigate to Opera's folder inside your appdata folder. It may look something like: C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\Opera Software\Opera Stable Inside that folder is a ...


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There are no built in, default keyboard commands, or key shortcut combinations, in Windows that offer what you ask. The options presented in the comments above are the closest you can get.


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