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Like Windows, I want to hit Super+D to jump to the desktop or minimize all windows. I don't see command like that in Keyboard Shortcuts. Any idea?

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By default, it's set to Ctrl+Alt+D. You can set your own shortcut by going to System → Settings → Keyboard Shortcuts and changing "Hide all normal windows and set focus to the desktop" located under "window management":

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    Sorry, didn't read the whole post. It's listed in the keyboard shortcuts as "Hide all normal windows and set focus to the desktop" located under "window management" so you should be able to change it to the super+d if you want. – Bryan Oct 8 '10 at 6:30
  • That did it! I kept looking in Desktop under shortcuts thinking it would be there. Thanks! – Shazzner Oct 8 '10 at 6:41
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I tried both Super+d and Ctrl+Alt+d to see the default for Ubuntu 14.04 and neither worked. Then again, I didn't bother to change the default setting. Try Ctrl+Super+d, thats what worked for me.

btw, the Super key for any computer with Windows automatically installed is the key that looks like the Windows logo.

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