Windows Shortcut Keys
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Windows Operating System
There are many keyboard shortcuts and they are for increasing the navigation speed of the system. Despite of all the keyboard shortcuts that are rarely used, here are some of the keyboard shortcuts that are of great use in times. Mastering these will help you save lots of time.
Here are the keyboard shortcuts that you would love to know..
- Windows Key + 1, 2, 3, 4, etc
Pressing windows key and any numeric button will launch the item in your quick launch bar.
- Windows key + Alt + 1, 2, 3, etc
Pressing this key will go to jump list for each program in your task bar.
- Windows Key + T
Pressing this key will cycle through programs that are in your task bar. It is just like when you hover your mouse on a program, just press enter or space bar to open the program.
- Window Key + Home
This key will minimize all windows behind your current window.
- Windows Key + B
Pressing windows key and B will Select the system tray. This key is very useful when your mouse stops working.
- Windows key + Esc/Alt + Esc
Pressing this key is just like pressing Alt + Esc. It switches/selects the windows the way they are opened.
- Windows Key + Pause/Break
Pressing this key will open system properties helps you to see your system information.
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- Ctrl + Ecs
Pressing this key will open Start.
- Ctrl + Shift + Esc
Pressing this key will open task manager. It is an alternative key of Ctrl + Alt + Del.
- Alt + Space
Pressing this key will open system menu at top-left of your current window. Press (x) to maximize, Press (n) to minimize, Press (c) to close, Press (m) to move.
- Alt + Up
Pressing this key will take back to previous folder. It is an alternative key of backspace or back button in your current window.
- Shift + F10
Pressing this key will open context menu of a file/folder, an alternative of right-click.
- Shift + Delete
Pressing this key will delete the selected file permanently without sending it to recycle bin.
- Ctrl + Shift + N
Pressing this key will create a new folder in your current directory.
Pressing this key will let you to rename the selected file or folder.
Pressing this key will take you to search box in your current window.
Pressing this key will let you to cycle through objects in current window. This key will let you cycle through location bar, options bar, left pane and right pane.
Pressing this key will let you toggle through file in menu bar. After pressing the keys, use your arrow keys to toggle through menu bar.
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Windows Keyboard Shortcut
Universal Windows Shortcut
Computer Keyboard Shortcut Keys