Many people will look at that post as if you're talking Star Trek at them.
Also, removal of the feature means developers no longer have to support it. And we finally got them all to understand how to organize their shortcuts!
Oh well. At least, this paves the way for Microsoft UI scientists to invent a spectacular new interface in which shortcuts can be stored in hierarchies so you don't have to see all of them all the time, in Windows 10.
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