I have tried to remove the vertical menu's while maintaining the horizontal shortcuts above, but it doesn't seem possible via the N95 menu. I'm sure there's a more extreme method, but that would be way too much of a pain....
Anyhow, if you would like to remove all of the shortcuts, here's the procedure (N95 non 8GB):
Settings -> General -> Personalisation -> Standby Mode -> Active Standby (OFF)
On my old N95, Settings are under "Tools" in the main menu, however, this may have changed on the newer versions. Although this may not strictly be the procedure for the 8GB version, hopefully it will help.
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You could try this, it worked on my N95. But not on my mates. So it's up to you, this will reset the phone, or not, but whichever way it won't damage it. Take your SIM card out. Make sure your phone battery is fully charged. Press* 3 sendat the same time and turn the phone on. Keep them pressed until the reset screen appears.
Give it time to reset.
Yes! I know, you need someone to press the ON button.
Download the Nokia N95 service manual from me: http://www.sunnyjersey.com/n95servicemanual.pdf
It's not a simple job, some parts like screws, seals and glued bits are only used once. You also need the right tools for the job.
Get your mate to do the job and when he cocks it up, blame him. He might buy you a new phone, like the Nokia N96