Some Useful keyboard Shortcuts

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    When using a computer, it is always better to know keyboard shortcuts. A recent research states that using Mouse for all computer activities has some negative effects on the human body. So experts recommend using keyboard shortcuts instead of a Mouse. We provide you a list of Windows keyboard shortcuts through which your computing becomes easy. These shortcuts are:

    Basic Shortcuts:

    F1: Help

    ALT+TAB: To switch between open programs


    CTRL+ESC: Opens start Menu

    ALT+F4:Quits programs

    SHIFT+DELETE: Permanently deletes a single item or group of items

    Windows Logo+L: Locks the computer

    CTRL+C: Copy



    CTRL+B:For putting a selection in bold

    CTRL+U: For underlining a selection

    CTRL+I:For putting a selection in Italics.

     Keyboard shortcuts which work  in sync with the Mouse:

    Shift+Right Click: Display Menu with alternate commands

    Shift+Double Click:Runs the alternate default command

    ALT+Double Click:Displays associated properties

    Some Dialog Box Keyboard shortcuts

    TAB: Move to the next dialog box

    SHIFT+TAB: Move to the previous dialog box

    SPACEBAR: Toggles the check box & enables you to click buttons & select options

    ESC: Equivalent to cancel

    ENTER: Click the select button

    Windows Explorer shortcuts:

    * :Expand everything under current selection

    + : Expand current selection

    - :Collapse current selection

    RIGHT ARROW Key: Expand current selection or go the secondary selections

    LEFT ARROW Key: Collapse current selection if expanded otherwise go to the primary selection.

    Thus, use these keyboard shortcuts & experience enriched computing.

    Read the keyboard shortcuts in Hindi

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