Which Windows 10 keyboard shortcut will rule supreme? Vote now in this Windows Insider playoff poll

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Microsoft has a cool new Windows 10-themed activity for Windows Insiders. The company is currently running a “playoffs” on the Windows Insider Twitter page, where you can vote each day for your favorite Windows 10 keyboard shortcut until one rules supreme.

A bit like the NCAA March Madness tournament currently ongoing here in the United States, each day, certain Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts are moving onwards to the next round. There is a big list that Microsoft is currently selecting from (though it is a bit hard to read.) Some examples include copying and pasting, selecting all, clipboard history, the emoji panel, and more. You can check the Windows Insider Twitter each day for these polls, then vote before time runs out and your favorite keyboard shortcut gets eliminated.

It’s great to see that Microsoft is running this tournament, as it is allowing Windows Insiders to interact with each other and have some fun. Of course, there are some critics who think Microsoft should be focusing on bigger things, but we think that nothing is wrong with having some fun. Do you have a favorite keyboard shortcut in Windows 10? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.