I know there is a method in windows to ban the WIN key(To edit the register), and when I hit the WIN key, nothing happens.
However, can I use the key for key-bindings?
For instance, the following registry key will swap
After modifying your registry, you must relog (or restart) in order for the changes to take effect.
What scancode is what key? See this WHDC article, specifically the Word document in it. Use the values from the "scan 1 make" column. Alternatively, some "keyboard test" utilities will tell you.
Once you've remapped keys in windows, you can bind them as you see fit.