Just type Control-Alt-Down on a Windows machine to flip the entire screen. This isn’t a universal shortcut — it depends on whether your graphic card supports it — but it works on many modern laptops. Control-Alt-Up restores things to normal.
Is this cruel? Yes. But it can also serve to remind people of a more important keyboard shortcut: Windows-L to lock your system. Do that whenever you step away from the desk and your machine won’t be tampered with.
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