Keyboard shortcuts for windows to increase productivity For September 2016

Here are some keyboard shortcuts that can increase your productivity if their daily work is mainly based on Windows use. They are not content to do the job quickly, but also improves efficiency. Give them a try and you might find you are addicted tokeyboarshortcuts.

F1 [Display Help]
F2 [Rename the selected item]
F3 [Search for a file or folder]
F4 [Display the address bar list in File Explorer]
F5 [Refresh the active window]
F6 [Cycle through screen elements in a window or on the desktop]
F10 [Activate the Menu bar in the active app]
ALT F4 [Close the active item, or exit the active app]
ALT ESC [Cycle through items in the order in which they were opened]
ALT Underlined Letter in menus and dialog box options [Perform the command for that letter]
ALT ENTER [Display properties selected item]
ALT SPACEBAR [Open the shortcut menu for the active window]
ALT LEFT ARROW [Back]
ALT RIGHT ARROW [Forward]
ALT PAGE UP [Move up one screen]
ALT PAGE DOWN [Move down one screen]
ALT TAB [Switch between open apps (except desktop apps)]
CTRL F4 [Close the active document (in apps that allow you to have multiple documents open simultaneously)]
CTRL A [Select all items in a document or window]
CTRL C or CTRL INSERT [Copy the selected item]
CTRL D / DELETE [DELETE the selected item and move it to the Recycle Bin]
CTRL R or F5 [Refresh the active window]
CTRL V or SHIFT INSERT [Paste the selected item]
CTRL X [Cut the selected item]
CTRL Y [Redo an action]
CTRL Z [Undo an action]
CTRL or CTRL – [Zoom in or out of a large NUMBER of items, like apps pinned to the Start screen]
CTRL mouse scroll wheel [Change the size of desktop icons or zoom in or out of a large NUMBER of items, like apps pinned to the Start screen]
CTRL RIGHT ARROW [Move the cursor to the beginning of the next word]
CTRL LEFT ARROW [Move the cursor to the beginning of the previous word]
CTRL DOWN ARROW [Move the cursor to the beginning of the next paragraph]
CTRL UP ARROW [Move the cursor to the beginning of the previous paragraph]
CTRL ALT TAB [Use the arrow keys to switch between all open apps]
CTRL ARROW SPACEBAR [Select multiple individual items in a window or on the desktop]
CTRL SHIFT ARROW [Select a block of text]
CTRL ESC [Open the Start screen]
CTRL SHIFT ESC [Open Task Manager]
CTRL SHIFT [Switch the keyboard layout when multiple keyboard layouts are available]
CTRL SPACEBAR [Turn the Chinese input method editor (IME) on or off]
SHIFT F10 [Display the shortcut menu for the selected item]
SHIFT ARROW [Select more than one item in a window or on the desktop, or select text within a document]
SHIFT DELETE [Delete the selected item without moving it to the Recycle Bin first]
RIGHT ARROW [Open the next menu to the right, or open a submenu]
LEFT ARROW [Open the next menu to the left, or close a submenu]
ESC [Stop or leave the current task]
Windows key Shortcuts

Let’s check the keyboard shortcuts involving the Windows logo key. Most of them are introduced in Windows 8’s Metro UI, and can be used in Windows 8 and above.

Win F1 [Open Windows Help and support]
Win [Display or hide the Start screen]
Win B [Set focus in the notification area]
Win C [Open Charms]
Win D [Display and hide the desktop]
Win E [Open File Explorer]
Win F [Open the Search charm and search for files]
Win H [Open the Share charm]
Win I [Open the Settings charm]
Win K [Open the Devices charm]
Win L [Lock your PC or switch people]
Win M [Minimize all windows]
Win O [Lock device orientation]
Win P [Choose a presentation display mode]
Win Q [Open the Search charm to search everywhere or within the open app (if the app supports app search)]
Win R [Open the Run dialog box]
Win S [Open the Search charm to search Windows and the web]
Win T [Cycle through apps on the taskbar]
Win U [Open Ease of Access Center]
Win V [Cycle through notifications]
Win SHIFT V [Cycle through notifications in reverse order]
Win W [Open the Search charm and search for settings]
Win X [Open the Quick Link menu]
Win Z [Show the commands available in the app]
Win , [Temporarily peek

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