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Maximise and minimise windows

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what are the keyboard shortcuts to maximise and minimise a window on your desktop in windows 95/98.

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hold down alt and press the space bar
then press x for maximize or n for minimize
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Extensive list of shortcut keys can be found in windows help or have a look here

http://www.accesstechnologyinstitute.com/reference/refcards/windows98.htm#_Toc477438552
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keep Windows key pressed and then press D to minimise and again D to maximise.
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