Hotkeys Actions Panel
Enable hotkeys check box - mark it to turn on the Hotkeys feature in full.
Filters toolbar - lets to filter the Hotkeys list box by categories (Popular, System, Mouse, Custom, etc.).
Add button - click it to display a popup menu with the list of actions allowed for custom hotkeys. Click on the required action's name to add a new custom hotkey for that action, then adjust action options;
Delete button - click it to delete the custom hotkey selected in the Hotkeys list box.Note
This command is enabled for the custom hotkeys only; other hotkeys cannot be deleted.
Hotkeys list box - shows the list of most usable actions and their assigned key combinations, allows turning on/off the particular hotkey using the check box on the left of action's name, and displays the current hotkey status: if everything is OK the status is clear, otherwise it warns you in case you already assigned this combination to another action ("duplicate hotkey") or the assigned combination is already used by other applications (including Windows® itself).
Here is the list of key combinations reserved by Windows® for various system actions: <Alt+Tab>, <Alt+Shift+Tab>, <Win+Tab>, <Win+Shift+Tab>, <Alt+Space>, <Alt+Esc>, <Ctrl+Esc>, <Ctrl+Shift+Esc> <Win+D>, <Win+E>, <Win+F>, <Win+L>, <Win+M>, <Win+R>. Assigning any of these key combinations to Actual Window Manager actions will result in "Already used by the system or other applications" warning.
Win + check box - mark it to include the special <Win> key to the current key combination
Ctrl + check box - mark it to include the special <Ctrl> key to the current key combination
Shift + check box - mark it to include the special <Shift> key to the current key combination
Alt + check box - mark it to include the special <Alt> key to the current key combination
Hotkey box - click it and then press the desired alphanumeric key to complete the combination.