Windows Tip – Disable the Windows Key

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Have you ever lost a game because you accidentally hit the Windows key? In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to disable that pesky little Windows key using SharpKeys freeware from RandyRants.com

*Note*
I’m now recieving Malicious web site warnings when I visit this site. Proceed at your own risk. The software tested out ok after I downloaded it.
– Download SharpKeys: http://bit.ly/jsfPEE

Other Options Available:
JohnHaller.com Registry Files: http://bit.ly/mlLEPZ
AutoHotKey: http://www.autohotkey.com/
(How to use AutoHotKey – http://bit.ly/jX3WzW)

*Warnings*
– These files are provided without warranty. Use them at your own risk.
– These files will overwrite any keyboard mappings you currently have.
– .REG files update your Windows registry. Incorrect changes to the registry may damage Windows or other installed software. Be sure you know what a given .REG file contains before merging it into the registry.
– I am not held responsible for any damage you may have caused while working with registry files.

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Written by Robert Carreno

Robert began making video tutorials on YouTube nearly 7 years ago. Teaching Photoshop and Sony Vegas, he's made over 250 video tutorials helping almost 6 million people and has been recognized by Sony. He loves being able to share his knowledge with others and inspiring them to create something awesome.

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