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More than 60 computer shortcuts you should remember


Combining computer shortcuts helps users use computers more efficiently by combining keys to call a feature, rather than having to manually select. Windows shortcuts are extremely useful in applications with too many features, such as Microsoft Office Word.

Below is a list of the most popular Windows shortcuts for managing on Windows, as well as text editing and web surfing.

General Windows computer shortcuts

Ctrl + C: Copy selected object 
Ctrl + X: Cut ( Cut) the selected object 
Ctrl + V: Paste (Paste)  the selected object 
Ctrl + Z: Return to the previous time (Undo) 
Ctrl + A : Select all. 
Ctrl + a scroll key (left / right / up / down) : Select multiple discrete files / folders. 
Ctrl + Shift + a scroll key (left / right / up / down) : Select multiple files / folders continuously. 
Ctrl + Shift + use mouse to drag: Create shortcut for selected file / folder. 
Ctrl + key moves right: Move the cursor to the end of the word that is behind it.
Ctrl + left scroll key: Move the mouse pointer over the first character of the previous word. 
Ctrl + scroll key: Move the cursor to the beginning of the next paragraph. 
Ctrl + scroll key: Move the cursor to the beginning of the previous paragraph. 
Ctrl + Esc: Open Start Menu, replace Windows key. 
Ctrl + Tab: Move between browser tabs in order from left to right. 
Ctrl + Shift + Tab: Move between browser tabs in order from right to left. 
Ctrl + F4: Closes the current number of the currently executing program. 
Ctrl + Alt + Tab: Use the arrow keys to switch between open applications. 
Ctrl + Shift + Esc:Open Task Manager 
Ctrl + Esc: Open Start menu 
Alt + Enter: Open the Properties window of the selected file / folder. 
Alt + F4: Close a program. 
Alt + Tab: Switch between programs running 
Alt + Esc: Select the order of another active window to work. 
Alt + click: Move quickly to a part of the text from the table of contents. 
Alt + F8: Displays the password on the login screen. 
Alt + left arrow key: Return to the previous page. 
Alt + right arrow key: Go to the back page. 
Alt + spacebar: Open the shortcut menu for the current window. 
Backspace:Return to the previous list, similar to Undo. 
Shift: Hold this key when you insert the disc into the optical drive so that the ” autorun” feature of the CD / DVD is automatically activated. 
Shift + Delete: Permanently delete files / folders without putting them in the trash. 
Shift + F10: Open the shortcut menu for the selected object 
Enter: Confirm the entered data instead of the program buttons, like OK, … 
F1: Open the help of a software. 
F2:  Rename the selected object 
F3: Open the feature to search for files / folders in My Computer. 
F4: Open the list of addresses in the Address section of My Computer. 
F5:Refresh the icons in the current window. 
F6: Move around elements of the screen on a good window on the 
F10 desktop : Access to the Menu bar of the current application 
Tab: Move between components on the window.

With Windows key:

Windows: Open or close the 
 Start menu + Break: Open the System Properties window. 
Windows + D: Hide / show the desktop screen. 
Windows + M: Minimize the current window to the taskbar. 
Windows + E: Open File Explorer to view the drives and folders. 
Windows + F: General search. 
Ctrl + Windows + F: Search for data in My Computer. 
Windows + F1: See instructions for operating system / 
Windows + L: Lock screen for 
Windows computer + R: Open the Run window. 
Windows + U: Open Ease of Access Center in Control Panel. 
Windows + A: Open Action center 
Windows + C:Open Cortana in 
Windows + Alt + D listening mode : Display and hide the date and time on the computer. 
Windows + I: Open 
Windows + P Settings : Select the display display mode (when connecting to the projector, external monitor)

System features:

Hold down the right Shift key for 8 seconds: Turn on / off FilterKeys. 
Left Alt + Left Shift + Print Screen: Turn off / open High Contrast. 
Left Alt + Right Shift + Numlock: Turn on / off MouseKeys. 
Press Shift 5 times: Turn off / open StickyKeys either.

Windows shortcut used in the editor:

Ctrl + O: Open the data. 
Ctrl + N: Create new. 
Ctrl + S: Save over the existing data file. 
Ctrl + W: Open a new window Close 
Alt + F window : Show menu list from the current window. 
Ctrl + P: Call the printing feature from the running application. 
Ctrl + F10: Zoom in / out the application window.

Windows shortcut for Internet Explorer:

Ctrl + B: Open your browser ‘s favorite address list . 
Ctrl + E: Move to the search bar of the browser. 
Ctrl + F: Smart search on open website. 
Ctrl + H: Open the browsing history. 
Ctrl + I: Open the directory to manage your favorite address. 
Ctrl + L: Display the dialog box to enter the address of the website to access. 
Ctrl + N: Create a new web browser window. 
Ctrl + R: Refresh the data currently displayed from a website. 
Ctrl + F5: Refresh the web page and delete the existing data in the Cache . 
Ctrl + T: Open a new card. 
Ctrl + W: Turn off the current card

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