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Short answer: No. This feature does not exist on Macs. On a side note, it's also useless in Windows too. A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, CTRL+ALT+DEL sent a hardware interrupt to the PC's BIOS (which would immediately reboot the computer in the DOS days). That interrupt also had the happy side-effect of breaking things like keyloggers and ...
To close all Finder windows at once, press the Option key while clicking the File menu in Finder and select Close All or just press Option-Command-W. By the way, to get Summary Info for multiple files/folders in Finder, select the target files/folders and then Control click and select Get Summary Info. Then you only have one Get Info sheet open and you can ...
Gah. After searching for an hour, I finally found the link just minutes after I posted this question. Go figure. You can get the Windows 10 .iso here after answering a few questions: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10ISO
For any Mac users who come to this thread, you can assure that your mac will never utilize the USB tethering option by deleting this interface in the Network control panel
There are ways to enable "focus follows mouse" discussed here: How can I make focus follow the mouse cursor?, but that might be more than you want... Otherwise I second MrMojoRisin, get used to cmd+tab or 4 finger swipe (you need BetterTouchTool on Yosemite to bring this last one back).
You did a good job removing the Widows related partitions. I assume your Windows 10 was an EFI/GPT install, therefore you probably still have code left in the EFI partition (disk0s1). To view the contents of this EFI partition you have to mount it. You can do so with the command shown below. diskutil mount /dev/disk0s1 Below is a what I have in my EFI ...
You have Windows in a virtual machine. This only runs if you run Parallels so Windows is not normally running. To remove Windows just delete the virtual machine which is just a directory on the disk which by default is ~/Documents/Parallels If you don't know where the files are then I think in in parallels you will have an option to delete the VM
To remove parallels and the installed windows inside it: Remove Documents/Parallels (it's a directory, check that there's a huge file inside: that's the data on the "virtual" disk for windows. - If it's not there, it means it's stored somewhere else from the default location) Remove /Applications/Parallels Go to System Preferences > Users & Groups > ...
I suspect it was a dual boot set up. This can be done via refit and would show a screen like this You then get taken to the Windows or OS X login - but for both of these you can make this auto login so the process does not stop here and you go in as a user. In OS X probably as the guest user and I think this can be done on windows as well
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