I'm sorry JJ ... Win i? that is *NOT* the Windows key all by itself. That is not using a single key to get access to *ALL* items that are possible on the system ... you blindly said.. Win + I ... where did *you* learn Win+i?
The same issue I have with Vista / 7 .... and that I had with XP not showing by default .. the *underlined* character that would activate some feature..
ie.. Alt + F .. for file? ... etc... things that *could* be done to XP and others.. to have users see there *were* keyboard shortcuts to be had ... and to make it easier on them if they paid attention.. but where are these hot key markers now? By default microsoft *did not* turn on the Alt carat markers.. and this continues to this day ... you have have watch some other video, or read about these features rather than have them in front of you ... for you to question ...
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