Some Ultimate Keyboard Shortcuts For Windows Users

Here we came with some Ultimate Keyboard Shortcuts which works on windows operating system. Most of users already aware of these shortcuts like “Alt+F4” and “Ctrl+C”, but these some obscure shortcuts which helps you a lot. Which are not only useful for the average user but for advanced users as well.

Ultimate Shortcut Keys For Windows Computers

After reading this article, you will get useful and ultimate shortcut keys which helps you to save a lot of time and effort. So here are the shortcut keys.

Windows key+D: It is use to Show the Desktop and quickly minimizing every open window. (Windows key+M can also use to Minimizes the open windows)

Alt+Ctrl+Del: It is used to bring out the Task Manager ( On Windows XP and earlier versions)

Ctrl+Shift+Esc: This shortcut key directly starts the task manager.

Alt+Print Screen: Used to takes the screenshot of the current active window instead of the entire screen.

 Shift+Click: for Yes to All and No to All ( Like If you have a lot of dialog boxes on your screen and asking yes and no question, then you can use this shortcut.
Ctrl+C on an error dialog box to copy its contents: It can be used when your computer shows any error message and you want to copy its contents to send someone (support guy), So use this shortcut.

Windows key+Pause/Break: Quickly open the system properties dialog box.

Windows Key+L: This shortcut use to locks the computer.

CTRL+B: Bold CTRL+U: Underline CTRL+I: Italic.

F2: Allows you to rename the selected file.

Holding Shift while inserting a device with removable storage prevents automatic run.

Ctrl+F: To opens the Find option in any program.

Alt+Tab: It is used to quickly cycling between running applications. Press along with Shift to cycle backwards.

Ctrl+Tab: Cycle between tabs in your browser.

Ctrl+F5: Clears the cache and refreshes the current tab.

Alt+Double click: Open the file’s properties (Alt+Enter does same)

These are shortcut keys used on internet browser:

Ctrl+Shift+T: Reopens the last closed tab in browser and Ctrl+T: to open a new tab.

Ctrl+Shift+N: To open a new incognito window in Google Chrome and Ctrl+Shift+P in Mozilla Firefox.

Alt+Enter: to insert .com automatically after writing the domain name in the address bar.

Shift+Enter: To inserts .net domain name extension.

Ctrl+W: To closes the current tab in your browser.

Ctrl+L: Used to quickly jump to the address bar of the browser.

Ctrl++: This shortcut allows to zoom in web pages on a browsers.

Ctrl+-: This shortcut does the reverse of the previous shortcut.

Ctrl+Shift+Delete: This shortcut opens the option to delete your browser’s history window.

Ctrl+H: makes the history appear.

Space Bar: pressing space bar moves the page down in a browser.

So use these amazing shortcut keys and saves your a lot of time and effort.Which are not only useful for the average user but for advanced users as well.

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