The menu key
I was thinking about creating a training presentation to help my coworkers with keyboards shortcuts, but was dismayed to see that our Lenovo laptop keyboards (which I never use, because I work from home and use external peripherals) don’t even have a menu key. Someone decided that
Print Screen was more important, which may even be true, but it doesn’t help me make a good presentation for my coworkers. The menu key alternative,
Shift+F10 is going to be a very hard sell, especially because
F10 on the laptop requires the
Fn key to be pressed, too.
I have gone from someone who did not use the menu key on my keyboard for 20+ years (since it was invented in the 1990s) to someone who can’t live without it (on my Windows at least). I made it a point to start using it a few months ago, and now I use it constantly. I recommend that all Windows users with an ANSI or ISO keyboard layout check it out. That key is positioned right underneath your thumb when you use the arrow keys.