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Author Topic: Here are some nifty Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts  (Read 999 times)
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« on: July 29, 2015, 08:38:31 PM »
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Microsoft has released Windows 10 earlier today. The OS includes a handful of new improvements and features. Alongside new improvements and features, the OS also includes a bunch of shortcuts. Here are some just of the niftier ones:

Winkey + Tab – Activates Task View

Winkey + A – Activates Action Center

Winkey + C – Activates Cortana with speech>

Winkey + D – Shows desktop

Winkey + E – Opens File Explorer

Winkey + G – Activates the new Xbox Game car to let you record games or take screenshots.

Winkey + H – Activates share feature in Windows 10 apps

Winkey + I – Opens Windows 10 settings

Winkey + K – Activates Connect feature to stream to wireless displays and audio devices

Winkey + L – Locks a machine

Winkey + P – Project a screen

Winkey + R – Run a command

Winkey + S – Activates Cortana

Winkey + X – Opens power user features

Winkey + Left / Right / Up / Down – Snaps apps to the side of a screen

Winkey + Ctrl + D – Creates a new virtual desktop

Winkey + Ctrl + F4 – Close virtual desktop

Winkey + Ctrl + Left or Right – Switch between virtual desktops

Winkey + Shift + Left or Right – Move apps from one monitor to another

Winkey + 1 / 2 / 3… – Open programs that are pinned on the taskbar. The first app is number one.

As you can see, Windows 10 includes a bunch of cool shortcuts. My favorite shortcut on Windows 10 has to be Win+S which opens up
Cortana/search and Win+Tab — which opens the task view. What’s your favorite? Discuss in the comment section below!

source:microsoft-news│via: Verge
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