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News Microsoft revives PowerToys with open-source tools for Windows 10 power users


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May 4, 2000
This in particular caught my interest as it would be a very handy little tool:
The second utility is a simple (yet much-needed) Windows key shortcut guide. If you hold down the Windows key for longer than a second, a pop-up shortcut guide appears that “shows the available shortcuts for the current state of the desktop,” meaning the shortcuts you’ll see are contextualized for the task at hand. Again: Cool! Frankly, I’d love for this to appear as a native Windows 10 feature if it works as well as it seems it should.