I performed some tests with different units on my end.
What I did:
1. Access the graphics panel.
2. Support and options.
3. Unchecked enable/selected disable hotkeys.
4. Applied changes in graphics panel.
After doing this, the CTRL+ALT+Arrows were indeed disabled.
Units used: NUC 5i5RYK/ i5-2467M in a laptop/ i7-3rd gen in All in one PC.
Please make sure you are applying the changes after performing them.
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Thanks for the response. Sure I did it many times.
Here's my control panel.
Sorry for non-English UI, but here's the only one option - "Enable" ("Включить"). It's turned off.
All these settins are simple ignored. As you can see I set non-default hotkets for rotating (ctrl-shift-alt- instead of ctrl-alt-).
But even if I enable hotkeys they won't work. But default ones work all the time.
What also strange is that Control panel can't my second display attached via DisplayPort.
I tried to disconnect it, it didn't effect anything related to hotkeys functionality.
Also I removed all Intel's processes from my auturun (gfx*.exe) and disabled services). Hotkeys still work (
Lets uninstall the current driver that you have in your system.
This would be done in the device manager> display adapters> right click in HD Graphics> driver tab> uninstall.
Once done, you will be requested to reset your PC and then let Windows 10* install the default drivers.
Test the behavior of the system after doing this.