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Keystroke shortcuts in Win95

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I want to have a fast way:  to minimize and maximize windows without the mouse; to close a window without the awkward Alt-F4 combination (like Command W for the Mac); and to Minimize All Windows (usually right click on a blank space in the task bar.

MODIFICATION: I was hoping to find universal key combinations,like Alt-Tab, that would do windows operations from within an app window the way Commmand-W does on the Mac.  
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Run TASKMAN from WINDOWS directory. Press ALT-TAB-TAB to activate this application, press ALT-W to activate "Windows" menu. Menu items give you possibilities to do what you want.
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I haven't another ideas. So reject this answer. May be other experts will help you.
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