WinKey Killer disables the Windows key and context menu key on newer 104-key Windows 95 keyboards. Optionally disable all system keys for security purposes.
If you've ever been in a full-screen DOS program or DirectX game in Windows 95 and accidentally hit the Windows key down by the spacebar, you know how annoying it is to unexpectedly get jumped back to the Windows taskbar to watch the Start menu pop up. Microsoft, in their infinite wisdom, didn't give users a way to disable these keys. Now you have an easy way to fix this feature of Windows.