Wow, I haven't actually logged in to Slashdot in a long time. A long long time.
So, I'm old. Like really old. I did Unix before Linux. I did Windows 1.0. I still, after all these years, miss the Turbo Pascal editor. I use Total Commander.
Far as I'm concerned, if I *have* to use the mouse for your stupid application, you've failed.
But actually, Windows 10 is a step in the right direction. I can't think of a thing in W10 that can't be done with the keyboard. Here's an example. Want to swap your displays? Type Windows key / type "display" / use the arrow keys to move the little pictures of your monitors.
It's actually kinda cool. Windows 10 does get one thing wrong. The currently focused app is not sufficiently highlighted. The currently focused app has it's titlebar text in black whereas other apps get gray. Pisses me off.
And, actually, Office 2016 is also a step in the right direction. There are actually keyboard commands for pretty much everything. Now, if you hate Micro$oft, I don't blame you. If you are going to hate Windoze forevah no matter what, I can understand that. But if you want to or have to use it, if you keep an open mind you might be pleasantly surprised with it. I know I've been.