Windows key + R — Run menu
Windows key + E —> Explorer
ALT + Tab —> Switch between windows
ALT + Space + X —> Maximize window
CTRL + Shift + Esc —> Task Manager
Windows key + Break —> System properties
Windows key + F —> Search
Windows key + D —> Hide/Display all windows
CTRL + C —> Copy
CTRL + X —> Cut
CTRL + V —> Paste
Note: You don’t have to press the + button between the short codes. It just means when A and B are used, for instance, would make a certain action happen.
(Alt) + (Esc) —> Switch between running applications
(Alt) + letter —> Select menu item by underlined letter
(Ctrl) + (Esc)—> Open Program Menu
(Ctrl) + (F4)—> Close active document or group windows (does not work with some applications)
(Alt) + (F4) —> Quit active application or close current window
(Alt) + (-) —> Open Control menu for active document
(Ctrl) Lft. + Rt. arrow —> Move cursor forward or back one word
(Ctrl) Up + Down arrow —> Move cursor forward or back one paragraph
(F1) —> Open Help for active application
Windows + M —> Minimize all open windows
Shift+Windows + M —> Undo minimize all open windows
Windows + F1 —> Open Windows Help
Windows + Tab —>Cycle through the Taskbar buttons
Windows + Break —> Open the System Properties dialog box
Home: Goes to beginning of current line.
Ctrl + Home: Goes to beginning of document.
End: Goes to end of current line.
Ctrl + End: Goes to end of document.
Shift + Home: Highlights from current position to beginning of line.
Shift + End: Highlights from current position to end of line.
Ctrl + Left arrow: Moves one word to the left at a time.
Ctrl + Right arrow: Moves one word to the right at a time.
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