Yes, Win+I are two keys.
Since I can touch them both with the same hand, can't I count it as one move? No? Man, this is a tough audience.
I feel like we are playing "Name that Tune". I can name it in four notes.
What does it matter anyway when I can put my laptop to sleep in one single finger step? Slide the power button and release.
Where did I come up with Win+I? You see... I'm an inquisitive kind of guy and there's this cool search thing on the Interwebs called Google. You can type in all kinds of things and get answers. Nowadays with these new fangled things called "browsers", you can enter your question right into the box at the top of the window. Be careful though - the box in the Win 8 IE10 app browser puts the box at the bottom.(Mind blown)
I assumed that the shortcuts that I have been familiar with and using in previous versions of Windows may also work in Windows 8 and lo and behold... I was right! The vast majority of them do work! And there's a few new ones. You might want to try that Google thing I told you about to find out about Windows shortcuts.
For example: I have been using Win+L to quickly lock my desktops for a long long time. Do you still do Start > Shutdown > Lock or worse, Ctrl+Alt+Del+Enter? That's so old school.
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