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Minimizing single window is not possible via simple shortcut. However, you can use combination of two shortcuts Alt+Space followed by letter N. Pressing Alt+Space opens the context menu for the current window and the keyboard mapping of the Minimize option is ‘n’.Is there a Linux shortcut to minimize a window?
Minimize Window is a global Linux keyboard shortcut that is usually also accessible with a button located in the system title bar or in the contextual menu available by right-clicking the title bar. The same keyboard shortcuts may also be available with other desktop environments that can be run on Linux.