So Why do we need Computer Shortcut keys? The better answer would be to enhance the work with a fast workflow. So in this topic, you will daily basic shortcut keys. So that you can do your fast and easy.
Basic Shortcut keys you may know:–
Ctrl + C : Copy
Ctrl + X : Cut
Ctrl + V : Paste
Ctrl + S : Save
Ctrl + Z : Undo
Ctrl + Shift + N : New Folder
F2 or Fn + F2 : Rename
Windows + Tab: Switch Windows Tab (Forward):- (Windows 7)
Windows + Shift + Tab: Switch Windows Tab ( Backward:- (Windows 7)
Alt + Tab : Switch Windows ( Clockwise ) :- (Windows 8 & Above)
Alt + Shift + Tab : Switch Windows (Anti Clockwise) :- (Windows 8 & Above)
Alt + F4: Close Window
Alt + F4: Prompt Window for Toggle Switch Power (in Desktop)
Alt + Enter: File Properties
Now let’s see some Computer Shortcuts:–
Windows + E = (Explorer) This PC or My Computer
Windows + R = Run
Windows + S = Seach Bar
Windows + I(i) = Windows Information
Windows + D = Show Desktop
Windows + F = Windows Feedback
Windows + A = Opens Action Bar
Windows + L = Turn On Windows LockScreen
Windows + M = Minimize all Windows
Windows + G = Opens Xbox Game Bar
Windows + T = Switch Between Tabs in Taskbar ( Forward )
Windows + Shift + T = Switch Between Tabs in Taskbar ( Backward )
Windows + V = Open Clipboard
Windows + Q = Opens Search
Windows + W = Open Whiteboard
Windows + U = Opens Settings > System > Display
Windows + P = Opens Screen Display Options
Windows + H = Opens Voice Assistant
Windows + K = Opens Connected Devices
Windows + X = Opens Windows Menu
Windows + C = Opens Cortana
Windows + TAB = Opens Tab View
Windows + ;: = Opens Windows Emoji
Windows + <, = Show Desktop
Windows + += = Windows Magnifier
Windows + (Number Keys) = Opens Tabs that are arranged in the order in Taskbar
Windows + Prt SC (Print Screen) = Takes Screenshots
CTRL + T = This one opens a New Tab.
CTRL + W = This one Close current tab.
CTRL + SHIFT + T = Open previously closed tab. ( very useful if you closed by mistake )
CTRL + TAB =Switch between open tabs.
CTRL + 1 to 8 = Switch to the tab of the corresponding number from left to right.
CTRL + 1 = Switch to the first tab.
CTRL + 9 = Switch to the last tab.
CTRL + N = Open a new browser window.
CTRL + P =Print the web page.
CTRL + H = Open browser history.
CTRL + D = Add the current web page to the bookmarks.
CTRL + = Zoom-in.
CTRL – = Zoom-out.
CTRL + 0 = Reset zoom.
CTRL + F = (Find) Search the web page.
CTRL + SHIFT + Delete = Open the Clear Browsing Data option.
ALT + F4 = Close the current browser window. This keyboard shortcut works across Windows.
Backspace or ALT + Left Arrow = Go back.
ALT + Right Arrow = Go forward.
F5 or CTRL + R = Reload the current page.
Esc = Stop the loading of the web page.
Home = Go to the top of the web page.
End = Go to the bottom of the web page.
These were some of the best Windows Shortcut keys you will need in your daily life.
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