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St_Aphra
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How to remove systeminformation from alt +s?

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HP Prodesk 400 G3 Mini
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello there,

even i am german and also working in germany i prefer to use keyboards with english layouts. To do that with the german special signs like ö, ü, ä and ß i need to use key combinations with the alt button. While there are no issues at all with the first 3 letters, i cannot create the ß with the default hotkey alt + s since that opens the HP-Systeminformations.

So as i already pointed out in the subject, my question is: How can i remove the HP-Systeminformations from the alt+s-key combination?

This HP-PC is my workstation in the office and finally got my english layout-keyboard from the company. I am using privately as well an english keyboard and have no issues at all.

 

-Windows 10(64-bit)

-HP Prodesk 400 G3 Mini

-keyboard layout: english (USA, international)

 

Grettings St_Aphra

 

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arya122378
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hi

You can add the German input method, the American keyboard corresponds to the German keyboard letters
; Corresponding to ö
' Corresponding to ä
- Corresponding to ß
y Corresponding to z
z Corresponding to y

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St_Aphra
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I know i can do that. But then i also could use just my regular german keyboard...I extra ordered an english layout, since i prefer it over the german layout ( less knots in my fingers with reaching/creating special signs than with the german layout)...

 

Still thanks for the reply!

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Okay, i fixed it myself with just deinstalling the hp system info programm, which was occupying my alt+s key-combo.

So topic can be closed.

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