List of Must-Know Key-Board Shortcuts

CI Admin  ,  13 Feb 2016 commentsComments (0)

Keyboard shortcuts are combinations of two or more keys that, when pressed, can be used to perform a task that would typically require a mouse or other pointing device. Keyboard shortcuts can boost your productivity and improves the efficiency. 
If a letter is underlined in a menu, that usually means that pressing the Alt key in combination with the underlined key will have the same effect as clicking that menu item.
Here is the list of exclusive Shortcuts.Try and have fun !!
Microsoft Package Based Shortcuts
1. Ctrl+Y - Undo the undo
2. Ctrl+K - Adds a hyperlink to a bit of selected text
3. F7 - Does a quick spell check
4. Ctrl+Home - Take you to the top page
5. Ctrl+End - Take you to bottom of the page  
6. Shift+F3 - Toggle the case(UpperCase/LoweCase) of selected text.
7. Ctrl+A - Select All
8. Ctrl+S - Save
9. Ctrl+P - Opens Print Panel
10. Ctrl+F - Opens Find/Replace Panel
Window Based Shortcuts: 
1. Use Shift+Delete to permanently delete a file instead of sending it to the Recycle Bin first.
2. Hold Shift while inserting a USB device or CD to bypass the autorun
3. Press the Windows key,and letter 'U' twice in quick succession to shut down the computer.
4. Press the Windows Key+F to quickly open the search bar to search for files or folders.
5. Press down the Windows Key and a number to open the corresponding application pinned to the taskbar
6. Squeeze down the Alt key and press Esc to toggle between windows and applications in the order that they were opened.
7. Use Ctrl+Shift+Esc to directly open the Task Manage
8. Heres something interesting for you.!!!  Create a "Godmode" folder to access every process and setting on your PC.
Create a new folder anywhere on your PC and rename it with "GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}" without the double quotations. This folder would  allow you to access all the setting and process that you would possibly need. 
Browser Based Shortcuts
1. Press Alt+Space to quickly open the menu tab for any active window.
2. Alt+Tab will let you toggle between windows 
3. Ctrl+Tab lets you navigate open tabs within a browser 
4. Press Ctrl+D to directly bookmark an open page on your browser
5. Alt+F4 will close an open window, 
6. Ctrl+F4 will close an open tab.
7. Just type in the name of the website in the address bar on a browser and press Ctrl+Enter to add the 'www.' and '.com', prefix and suffix automatically.
8. Click on a tab with the middle Scroll button on your mouse to close it directly
9. Click on a Link with the middle Scroll button on your mouse to open it directly in a new tab
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