Few handy Windows shortcuts

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It’s rightly said that There’s no shortcuts. If you want to do something worthwhile, whether it is a relationship, a business or life in general, it is so important to see it through and never give up, no matter what obstacles come up. That being said, it could be pretty handy to know a few keyboard shortcuts to save some time and get things done rather quickly and efficiently. You can press key combinations to do things on Windows that you’d normally do with a track-pad, mouse, or other device. Here’s a list of commonly used keyboard shortcuts.

MS Windows:

Right Mouse Click: SHIFT + F10 You need not to worry if your mouse’s right click is not working, just press Shift key & F10 for displaying the item’s context menu.

Delete Without Confirmation: SHIFT + DEL To quickly delete something, without being annoyed for a confirmation, use this shortcut.

Switch Between Open Windows: ALT + TAB This keyboard shortcut launches a layover window that shows all open programs. Hold onto the ALT key and click the TAB key to move to the next application. Release both keys to open the selected window.

Show Files/items properties : ALT + ENTER Rather than moving your mouse into the selected file/items to see your properties, press this keyboard shortcut.

Launch Task Manager: SHIFT+CTRL+ESC instead of going for CTRL+ALT+DELETE & then select Task Manager, you can directly launch task manager by using mentioned keyboard shortcut.

Shut Down: Windows Key + X, U, I / U / R / H / S You can shut Windows down with a few buttons clicks. It all starts with Windows key + X to open the Quick Access Menu, followed by the U key to expand the Shut down or sign out options. Finally, press I to sign out, U to shut down, R to restart, H to hibernate, and S to sleep.

Open Closed Tab/S: CTRL + SHIFT + T Restore the closed tab using this key combination.

Scroll Page Down Or Page Up: SPACEBAR or SHIFT +SPACEBAR Give your mouse wheel a break and use the space-bar to move up and down a website.

Display the Start menu: CTRL+ESC  Press CTRL+ESC to display the start menu in a windows system.

Zoom In & Out: CTRL+ (+)
CTRL+ (-)
For zooming in press CTRL+ (+) & for zooming out press CTRL+ (-)

   

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