As its moniker suggests, this one-trick pony effectively disables the Windows logo keys on your keyboard, but don't expect any other extras. Easy WinKey Blocker docks on the system tray and provides users with the quick option to completely disable the left and right Windows key, but that's the extent of this program's configurability.
The program immediately disables both left and right Windows logo keys. Why would someone want to disable these keys? It's because hitting Windows keys causes deactivation of full-screen windows. Many full-screen games or applications are forced to minimize or switch to a smaller window upon hitting WinKey inadvertently.
It would be nice, though, if the program automatically loaded at startup. All in all, power gamers and users who reviled Windows Key will find Easy WinKey Blocker a great addition to their system.