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The shortcut to minimize all windows is Ctrl+super+d and show the desktop. The super is the 'windows' key you are talking about. You can change the shortcut in Dash > System Settings > Keyboard > Shortcuts > Navigation > Hide all normal windows
I finally found the way to do this after hours of tests and fails :D First of all install guile libs and xautomation: sudo apt-get install guile-1.8-libs xautomation Then head to the Shortcut tab of Keyboard section in Ubuntu System Settings. First go to Screenshots entry and remap the actions to another key or disable them if you want. I ...
I found that I still had nvidia-304 installed. Not sure how it got there, but removing it fixed my problem with unity. Just make sure you have no nvidia packages installed and then reboot. Having any nvidia drivers installed without having nvidia-prime or bumblebee will break unity. sudo apt-get --purge remove nvidia-304 nvidia-common nvidia-settings-304 ...
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