Some Keyboard shortcuts that you may find useful in Windows environment.
|THE WINDOWS KEY|
|Windows key (or Ctrl Esc)||Opens the start menu (same as clicking the start menu)|
|Windows + E||Opens My Computer (saves you time and the sometimes the stress of holding the mouse while you are typing on the keyboard)|
|Windows + F||Opens the Search Window (this is surely fast)|
|Windows + Pause/Break||Opens the system properties window (useful when you want to stop an unresponsive application)|
|Windows + D||Shows the desktop (very useful when you have several applications opened)|
|The Arrow Keys||To move between items in the active area|
|Tab Key||To move between fields or controls|
|Alt + Tab||To move between active applications|
|Shit + Tab||To move backwards through tabs|
|Ctrl + Tab||To move forward through tabs|
|OTHER USEFUL CONTROLS|
|Alt + F4||Closes an active applicationOpen the shutdown window dialog box when know application is running or active|
|Ctrl + F4||Closes the active document but not the application.|
|Alt + D||Moves the focus to the address bar. This works in Windows Explorer and your Web Browsers|
Helpful list. I always forget the Windows + D as I usually have too many windows open.
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