We hope you have found our Keyboard short cuts useful, we sure do. And we really do use them everyday to increase our productivity. Here is a list of the short cuts we have explored so far.
Open Start Menu.
Use this when you are searching for a specific program or document.
Simply push the “Windows” key one time and the Start Menu should pop up.
This is located in the lower left side of your keyboard, bottom row, 2nd key. It is adjacent to the Control key (Ctrl).
Open Windows Explorer
Use the Windows Explorer short-cut as the quickest way to get to specific parts of the computer.
Simply hold the “Windows” key down and then push the “E” and the Windows Explorer window will open. The “Windows” key is located in the lower left side of your keyboard, bottom row, 2nd key. It is adjacent to the Control key (Ctrl).
Minimize All Windows
You and minimize all of your open windows at once exposing your Desk Top. From there you can open a new file/program or find an already open one that you desire to see.
Push and hold down the “Windows” key. Then push the “D” key one time. These keystrokes will cause all of your open windows to minimize showing you your desktop. Now you can access what you need on your desktop.
Start Run Window
A very quick way to launch programs or to open folders and documents.
First, press and hold the “Windows” button down at the same time as the “R” button. A window like that in Figure 2 should open and you can now enter in your desired text.
“Undo” Short Cut
A Mouse free method to revert text or images.
Push and hold down the “Ctrl” or control Key and then push down the “Z” key.