assumptions regarding computer competency of those who don't use certain keys for navigation (was Re: [thelist] site critique please)

Tony Crockford tonyc at
Fri Sep 21 14:48:21 CDT 2001

> Windows + D takes you to the desktop. [and when I figure out
> how that's
> different from Windows + M to 'minimize all' I'll let you
> know; it's just
> easier for me to remember.

Windows + D works as a toggle - Press once to go to desktop, press again
to return to your active program, window + M doesn't toggle.

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