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100 Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows 10
Common Keyboard Shortcuts
1. Ctrl + C Copy what is highlighted currently.
2. Ctrl + V Paste what is on the clipboard, or what has been recently
copied.
3. Ctrl + X Cut what is highlighted currently.
4. Ctrl + A Select everything in an open document, or current window.
5. Ctrl + D Delete what is currently selected.
6. Alt + F4 Close Open Window.
7. Ctrl + Z Undo last action.
8. Ctrl + Y Redo an action.
9. Alt + Tab Switch between open windows.
10. Alt + Enter Display properties for the highlighted item, similar to
Right-Click Options.
11. Alt + Spacebar Display shortcut menu for the currently open
window.
12. Alt + Left Arrow Go back if there is a previous history in the window,
in programs such as browsers.
13. Alt + Right Arrow Go Forward, again useful in browsers.
14. Alt + Pageup Scroll up an entire screen length.
15. Alt + Pagedown Scroll down an entire screen length.
16. Ctrl + Alt + Tab With the aid of some of the arrow keys, you can
select from all open windows.
17. F1 Display the help menu.
18. F2 Rename what is currently highlighted.
19. F3 Search for a certain file or folder.
20. F4 Show address bar list in File Explorer.
21. F5 Refresh the window that is open currently.
22. F6 Toggle different screen elements/keyboard shortcuts related to
the program currently open.
23. F10 Show the menu bar in the application that is currently open.
24. Crtl + + Zoom in on multiple items.
25. Ctrl + Zoom out on multiple items.
26. Shift + 10 Show shortcuts menu for the selected item.
27. Esc Stop or leave the current action.
28. Shift + Delete Delete the highlighted item, without having it go to
the recycle bin first.
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Browser Keyboard Shortcuts
29. Ctrl + D Bookmark the current web address that is open in your
browser.
30. Ctrl + I View the saved favourites window.
31. Ctrl + J View the browser downloads window.
32. Ctrl + H Show browser history window.
Windows Key Shortcuts
33. Windows + L Lock the computer, requiring the user to input login
details before unlocking.
34. Windows + D Switch between the currently open window and
showing the desktop.
35. Windows + F1 Opens the Windows help and support menu.
36. Windows Open/Close the start menu.
37. Windows + B Highlight the notification area.
38. Windows + F Open the Feedback Hub window.
39. Windows + I Open the settings window.
40. Windows + K Open the connect/stream to devices bar.
41. Windows + M Minimise all currently open windows.
42. Windows + Shift + M Re-open all minimised windows.
43. Windows + P Opens Display mode menu.
44. Windows + Q Open Cortana Search menu.
45. Windows + R Open the Run window.
46. Windows + T Cycle through the apps that are currently on the task
bar.
47. Windows + V Rotate through the notifications.
48. Windows + , Take a brief look at the desktop (as long as it is held
down).
49. Windows + Z Shows all the commands that can be used in the
currently open window.
50. Windows + 1 Start the application pinned to the start bar in the first
position, if already open, it switches to that window.
51. Windows + 2 Start the application pinned to the start bar in the
second position, if already open, it switches to that window.
52. Windows + 3 Start the application pinned to the start bar in the third
position, if already open, it switches to that window.
53. Windows + 4 Start the application pinned to the start bar in the
fourth position, if already open, it switches to that window.
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54. Windows + 5 Start the application pinned to the start bar in the fifth
position, if already open, it switches to that window.
55. Windows + 6 Start the application pinned to the start bar in the sixth
position, if already open, it switches to that window.
56. Windows + 7 Start the application pinned to the start bar in the
seventh position, if already open, it switches to that window.
57. Windows + 8 Start the application pinned to the start bar in the
eighth position, if already open, it switches to that window.
58. Windows + 9 Start the application pinned to the start bar in the
ninth position, if already open, it switches to that window.
59. Windows + Shift + 1 Start a new window/instance of the application
pinned to the start bar in the first position, if already open, it switches
to that window.
60. Windows + Shift + 2 Start a new window/instance of the application
pinned to the start bar in the second position, if already open, it
switches to that window.
61. Windows + Shift + 3 Start a new window/instance of the application
pinned to the start bar in the third position, if already open, it switches
to that window.
62. Windows + Shift + 4 Start a new window/instance of the application
pinned to the start bar in the fourth position, if already open, it
switches to that window.
63. Windows + Shift + 5 Start a new window/instance of the application
pinned to the start bar in the fifth position, if already open, it switches
to that window.
64. Windows + Shift + 6 Start a new window/instance of the application
pinned to the start bar in the sixth position, if already open, it switches
to that window.
65. Windows + Shift + 7 Start a new window/instance of the application
pinned to the start bar in the seventh position, if already open, it
switches to that window.
66. Windows + Shift + 8 Start a new window/instance of the application
pinned to the start bar in the eighth position, if already open, it
switches to that window.
67. Windows + Shift + 9 Start a new window/instance of the application
pinned to the start bar in the ninth position, if already open, it
switches to that window.
68. Windows + Alt + 1 Open the action bar settings list for the
application pinned to the start bar in the first position.
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69. Windows + Alt + 2 Open the action bar settings list for the
application pinned to the start bar in the second position.
70. Windows + Alt + 3 Open the action bar settings list for the
application pinned to the start bar in the third position.
71. Windows + Alt + 4 Open the action bar settings list for the
application pinned to the start bar in the fourth position.
72. Windows + Alt + 5 Open the action bar settings list for the
application pinned to the start bar in the fifth position.
73. Windows + Alt + 6 Open the action bar settings list for the
application pinned to the start bar in the sixth position.
74. Windows + Alt + 7 Open the action bar settings list for the
application pinned to the start bar in the seventh position.
75. Windows + Alt + 8 Open the action bar settings list for the
application pinned to the start bar in the eighth position.
76. Windows + Alt + 9 Open the action bar settings list for the
application pinned to the start bar in the ninth position.
77. Windows + Tab Cycle through recently open or used
applications/windows.
78. Windows + Ctrl + B Switch to the application/window that showed a
notification.
79. Windows + Up Arrow Maximise the current window.
80. Windows + Down Arrow Minimise the current window.
81. Windows + Left Arrow (if Split) Maximise the window that is being
displayed on the left side of the screen.
82. Windows + Right Arrow (if Split) Maximise the window that is being
displayed on the right side of the screen.
83. Windows + Home Minimise all but the current active window.
84. Windows + Spacebar Choose language and keyboard layout
options.
85. Windows + Ctrl + Spacebar Choose a previous selection option for
language and keyboard layout.
File Explorer Shortcuts
86. Alt + D Select the address bar.
87. Ctrl + E Select the search bar.
88. Ctrl + N Open new window.
89. Ctrl + W Close selected window.
90. Ctrl + Mouse Scroll Wheel Change Size and look of file and folder
icons/thumbnails.
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91. Ctrl + Shift + E Show all the folders about the highlighted folder.
92. Ctrl + Shift + N Make a new folder.
93. Num Lock + * Show all the sub folders of the highlighted folder.
94. Num Lock + + Show the contents of the highlighted folder.
95. Alt + P Show the preview pane.
96. Backspace Go to the previous folder.
97. Alt + Up Arrow View the folder that the current folder was in.
98. Alt + Left Arrow Show the previous folder.
99. End Show the bottom of the current open window. (If applicable).
100. Home Display the top of the current open window. (If applicable).
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100 Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows 10 Common Keyboard Shortcuts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. Ctrl + C – Copy what is highlighted currently. Ctrl + V – Paste what is on the clipboard, or what has been recently copied. Ctrl + X – Cut what is highlighted currently. Ctrl + A – Select everything in an open document, or current window. Ctrl + D – Delete what is currently selected. Alt + F4 – Close Open Window. Ctrl + Z – Undo last action. Ctrl + Y – Redo an action. Alt + Tab – Switch between open windows. Alt + Enter – Display properties for the highlighted item, similar to Right-Click Options. Alt + Spacebar – Display shortcut menu for the currently open window. Alt + Left Arrow – Go back if there is a previous history in the window, in programs such as browsers. Alt + Right Arrow – Go Forward, again useful in browsers. Alt + Pageup – Scroll up an entire screen length. Alt + Pagedown – Scroll down an entire screen length. Ctrl + Alt + Tab – With the aid of some of the arrow keys, you can select from all open windows. F1 – Display the help menu. F2 – Rename what is currently highlighted. F3 – Search for a certain file or folder. F4 – Show address bar list in File Explorer. F5 – Refresh the window that is open currently. F6 – Toggle different screen elements/keyboard shortcuts related to the program currently open. F10 – Show the menu bar in the application that is currently open. Crtl + + – Zoom in on multiple items. Ctrl + – – Zoom out on multiple items. Shift + 10 – Show shortcuts menu for the selected item. Esc – Stop or leave the current action. Shift + Delete – Delete the highlighted item, without having it go to the recycle bin first. Khan Browser Keyboard Shortcuts 29. 30. 31. 32. Ctrl + D – Bookmark the current web address that is open in your browser. Ctrl + I – View the saved favourites window. Ctrl + J – View the browser downloads window. Ctrl + H – Show browser history window. Windows Key Shortcuts 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. Windows + L – Lock the computer, requiring the user to input login details before unlocking. Windows + D – Switch between the currently open window and showing the desktop. Windows + F1 – Opens the Windows help and support menu. Windows – Open/Close the start menu. Windows + B – Highlight the notification area. Windows + F – Open the Feedback Hub window. Windows + I – Open the settings window. Windows + K – Open the connect/stream to devices bar. Windows + M – Minimise all currently open windows. Windows + Shift + M – Re-open all minimised windows. Windows + P – Opens Display mode menu. Windows + Q – Open Cortana Search menu. Windows + R – Open the Run window. Windows + T – Cycle through the apps that are currently on the task bar. Windows + V – Rotate through the notifications. Windows + , – Take a brief look at the desktop (as long as it is held down). Windows + Z – Shows all the commands that can be used in the currently open window. Windows + 1 – Start the application pinned to the start bar in the first position, if already open, it switches to that window. Windows + 2 – Start the application pinned to the start bar in the second position, if already open, it switches to that window. Windows + 3 – Start the application pinned to the start bar in the third position, if already open, it switches to that window. Windows + 4 – Start the application pinned to the start bar in the fourth position, if already open, it switches to that window. Khan Bhai 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. Windows + 5 – Start the application pinned to the start bar in the fifth position, if already open, it switches to that window. Windows + 6 – Start the application pinned to the start bar in the sixth position, if already open, it switches to that window. Windows + 7 – Start the application pinned to the start bar in the seventh position, if already open, it switches to that window. Windows + 8 – Start the application pinned to the start bar in the eighth position, if already open, it switches to that window. Windows + 9 – Start the application pinned to the start bar in the ninth position, if already open, it switches to that window. Windows + Shift + 1 – Start a new window/instance of the application pinned to the start bar in the first position, if already open, it switches to that window. Windows + Shift + 2 – Start a new window/instance of the application pinned to the start bar in the second position, if already open, it switches to that window. Windows + Shift + 3 – Start a new window/instance of the application pinned to the start bar in the third position, if already open, it switches to that window. Windows + Shift + 4 – Start a new window/instance of the application pinned to the start bar in the fourth position, if already open, it switches to that window. Windows + Shift + 5 – Start a new window/instance of the application pinned to the start bar in the fifth position, if already open, it switches to that window. Windows + Shift + 6 – Start a new window/instance of the application pinned to the start bar in the sixth position, if already open, it switches to that window. Windows + Shift + 7 – Start a new window/instance of the application pinned to the start bar in the seventh position, if already open, it switches to that window. Windows + Shift + 8 – Start a new window/instance of the application pinned to the start bar in the eighth position, if already open, it switches to that window. Windows + Shift + 9 – Start a new window/instance of the application pinned to the start bar in the ninth position, if already open, it switches to that window. Windows + Alt + 1 – Open the action bar settings list for the application pinned to the start bar in the first position. Khan 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. Windows + Alt + 2 – Open the action bar settings list for the application pinned to the start bar in the second position. Windows + Alt + 3 – Open the action bar settings list for the application pinned to the start bar in the third position. Windows + Alt + 4 – Open the action bar settings list for the application pinned to the start bar in the fourth position. Windows + Alt + 5 – Open the action bar settings list for the application pinned to the start bar in the fifth position. Windows + Alt + 6 – Open the action bar settings list for the application pinned to the start bar in the sixth position. Windows + Alt + 7 – Open the action bar settings list for the application pinned to the start bar in the seventh position. Windows + Alt + 8 – Open the action bar settings list for the application pinned to the start bar in the eighth position. Windows + Alt + 9 – Open the action bar settings list for the application pinned to the start bar in the ninth position. Windows + Tab – Cycle through recently open or used applications/windows. Windows + Ctrl + B – Switch to the application/window that showed a notification. Windows + Up Arrow – Maximise the current window. Windows + Down Arrow – Minimise the current window. Windows + Left Arrow – (if Split) Maximise the window that is being displayed on the left side of the screen. Windows + Right Arrow – (if Split) Maximise the window that is being displayed on the right side of the screen. Windows + Home – Minimise all but the current active window. Windows + Spacebar – Choose language and keyboard layout options. Windows + Ctrl + Spacebar – Choose a previous selection option for language and keyboard layout. File Explorer Shortcuts 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. Alt + D – Select the address bar. Ctrl + E – Select the search bar. Ctrl + N – Open new window. Ctrl + W – Close selected window. Ctrl + Mouse Scroll Wheel – Change Size and look of file and folder icons/thumbnails. Khan 91. 92. 93. 94. 95. 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. Ctrl + Shift + E – Show all the folders about the highlighted folder. Ctrl + Shift + N – Make a new folder. Num Lock + * – Show all the sub folders of the highlighted folder. Num Lock + + – Show the contents of the highlighted folder. Alt + P – Show the preview pane. Backspace – Go to the previous folder. Alt + Up Arrow – View the folder that the current folder was in. Alt + Left Arrow – Show the previous folder. End – Show the bottom of the current open window. (If applicable). Home – Display the top of the current open window. (If applicable). Khan Bhai Name: Description: ...
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