Tips - Windows Shortcuts

Here they are shortcuts lists (that, IMO, are quite useful) (yellow highlighted commands that I did not know or I found particularly useful)

  1. Tap the Windows key to open and close the Start Menu. Windows+opens File Explorer. 

  2. Windows+L immediately locks the screen.

  3. Ctrl+to copy; Ctrl+V to paste; Ctrl+Z to undo.

  4. Ctrl + Y Redo an action.

  5. Windows key + V Open Clipboard bin.

  6. Windows+E: Opens File Explorer.

  7. Windows+I: Opens Settings.

  8. Windows+Spacebar: Cycle through your language and keyboard options.

  9. Windows+D: This hides all of the open apps and takes you directly to the Windows 10 desktop. Using this command a second time will display all of your open apps again.

  10. Windows+M: Minimizes all open apps and windows.

  11. Windows+Left arrow: Snaps an app or window to the left side of the screen.

  12. Windows+Right arrow: Snaps an app or window to the right side of the screen.

  13. Windows+Up arrow: Maximizes all open apps and windows that have been minimized.

  14. Windows+Down arrow: Minimizes all apps and windows.

  15. Ctrl+Shift+Esc: Opens Task Manager. This is used to show you all apps that are currently running and how much processing power they're using.

  16. Alt+Tab: Displays all open apps and lets you switch between them quickly.

  17. Ctrl+Alt+Tab: Shows all open apps.

  18. Windows+0 (zero): Opens the Windows 10 Sticky Notes app.

  19. Window+. or (semicolon): Brings up the emoji box. This is incredibly useful when typing in an app that has no built-in emoji or emoticon options.
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  20. Alt + D Select address bar.
  21. Windows key + PrtScn Capture a full screenshot in the "Screenshots" folder.
  22. Windows key + Shift + S Capture part of the screen with Snip & Sketch.

Tips - Win 10 e virtual desktops

  • Windows key + Ctrl + D Create a virtual desktop.
  • Windows Key + Tab switch between different virtual desktops (graphically)
  • Windows key + Ctrl + F4 Close active virtual desktop.
  • Windows key + Ctrl + Right arrow Switch to the virtual desktop on the right.
  • Windows key + Ctrl + Left arrow Switch to the virtual desktop on the left.
  • Windows key + Ctrl + Shift + B Wake up the device when black or a blank screen.

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