Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Windows Shortcut Keys for beginners

Let's face it, using the mouse for commands is SLOW. With these shortcut keys, you will be the most keyboard efficient user in the office.

Windows-M
Minimizes all windows

Windows-E
Opens File Explorer

Windows-F
Find Files

Windows-R
Opens The Run Dialog Box

Windows-L
Instantly Locks your Computer

CTRL-Esc
For those poor souls that do not have the a Windows Key on their keyboard, this combination will open the start menu.

CTRL-Shift-ESC
If you love Task Manager as much as we do, you will lvoe this quick key.

Windows-Pause
Opens System Properties Dialog Box.

Alt-Tab
Switch between running applications

Alt-Enter
Open properties of the selected item.

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