What Are The Most Useful Windows Shortcut Keys?
Win + E: Opens the Explorer window (my computer).
Win + R: Run (like Start -> Run).
Win + F: Finds files or folders.
Win + M: Minimizes all windows and shows the desktop.
Win + Shift + M: Undo Minimize all windows (restore windows again)
Win + L: Locks your computer.
Win + Tab: Cycles through taskbar buttons.
Ctrl + C: Copies the selected files and folders (or the selected text).
Ctrl + X: Cuts the selected files and folders (or the selected text).
Ctrl + V: Pastes the previously copied or cut file and folders (or text).
Ctrl + Z: Undo the last action.
Ctrl + A: Selects All files and folders in explorer window.
Ctrl + F: Displays Find files or folder in the active explorer window.
Ctrl + W: Closes the active explorer window.
Alt + Tab: Cycles through the running applications windows. Keep the Alt key pressed while pressing the Tab key to cycle, leave Alt key any time to switch to the desired window.
Alt + Spacebar: Opens the system menu for the active window.
Alt + Enter: Displays the properties of the selected item (like the properties of a file in explorer window).
Alt + Underlined letter: Presses the button which has underlined letter in any dialog also does the same for menu items.
F1: Displays Help.
F2: Renames the selected file or folder in the explorer window .
F3: Displays Find files or folder in the active explorer window.
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