Windows 10 has global shortcuts. These global shortcuts work regardless which app you’re using and keyboards have a dedicated Windows key that you activate them with. For example, if you want to open the Run box, you use the Win + R keyboard shortcut, or if you want to use Windows search, you can use the Win+S keyboard. If the shortcuts aren’t useful or they open a feature you don’t use, you can disable them with a registry trick. This trick will disable a Win key shortcut only, and that too the one you select which means you have complete control over what works and what doesn’t.