All Useful Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts

The features of Windows 10 have been improved, allowing us to move forward with our technological life with ease. When Microsoft released Windows 10, it also included a slew of new keyboard shortcuts to make it easier to use new features like Cortana, Action Center, Task View, and Virtual Desktops.

It has also just developed a cheat sheet to help you improve your technical skills. On your Windows system, we’ll show you several must-know keyboard shortcuts that can help you improve your performance, speed up your learning, and make it easier to learn new things.

See also: How to disable hotkeys in Windows 10

If you’re new to keyboard shortcuts, a long list of them can be overwhelming. Many of these features may also operate in older versions of Windows, such as Windows 7 and 8.1. To make your work easier, we’ve compiled a list of the most crucial shortcuts, all of which are unquestionably advantageous.

Browser Keyboard Shortcuts.(Microsoft Edge and Others)

1. Ctrl + T – This key combination opens a new tab.

2. Ctrl + D – This key combination allows you to bookmark the current page.

3. Ctrl + L – This highlights the page’s URL.

4. Ctrl + Tab — Cycles through the tabs that are currently open.

The Must Know Keyboard shortcuts for Windows 10

1. Press Windows Key + A to bring up the Action Center.

2. Press the Windows key + C to activate Cortana in listening mode. This is very helpful when using voice commands.

3. Press the Windows key + Tab to bring up the Task View.

4. Windows key + I – Opens the Settings App, which allows you to change various settings such as themes, time, and so on.

5. Windows key + S – This can also be used to bring up Cortana.

6. Windows key + Ctrl+ D – This combination allows you to create a virtual desktop.

7. Windows key + Ctrl + F4 – To close the current virtual desktop, press these keys together.

8. Windows key + Ctrl + Left or Right arrow – Switch between virtual desktops with this combination.

The shortcuts Given below works for lower versions of Windows also.

9. Press Windows key + X to access the list that displays when you right-click on the start menu.

10. Press the Windows key + E to open the File Explorer.

11. Windows key + L – This combination is used to lock the desktop.

12. Left or right arrow + Windows key – Snap the current window to the left or right of the screen.

13. Alt + PrtScn – Copy the current window’s screenshot to the clipboard.

14. Windows Key + PrtScn – Takes a screenshot of the current window, which is saved in Computer>Pictures>Screenshots.

Try out the aforementioned keyboard shortcuts to reduce your reliance on your mouse for a while.

 
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