I recently got a Stylistic Q775 used. Fresh install, no drivers on it. I spent some time setting it all up so that all the hotkeys would work. And after a lot of fiddling, everything seems to work...except the Windows button, to the point where I'm starting to wonder if it is actually a button. It's on the bottom bezel, and I've seen other tablets with capacitive buttons there. What really convinced me it had to be a button was the user manual--check it out here on page 9 (13 according to the table of contents?): http://content.etilize.com/User-Manual/1030163152.pdf Clearly says it's a button! Furthermore, page 34 (38 on the table of contents) talks about pressing it in conjunction with the power button. Which you could do, if it was a button! But, not so fast. Another version of the manual for the same model, here, tells a very different story on page 9: https://fccid.io/EJE-WB0090/User-Manual/User-Manual-2469805 The only difference I can find (other than, obviously, the content) between those two manuals is that the former says it's from 2015, and the latter from 2014. The tablet was released in 2015, so the 2014 one should theoretically be less trustworthy? Another difference is that they show the light sensor being in different spots! My light sensor is in the spot indicated by the 2015 manual, the one that shows a windows key existing. The 2014 manual does draw a Windows logo in that image (but doesn't say it does anything) but in other illustrations, the Windows logo is missing. So, without taking the computer I just got apart like a crazy person trying to find out if there's anything in that spot, is there a way to know if there is a capacitive touch button there (and how to activate it) or if Fujitsu just thought about putting one there and got lazy?