32 Computer Shortcut Tricks For Windows and OS X Keyboards
32 Computer Shortcut Tricks For Windows and OS X Keyboards

Here we bought you computer’s keyboard shortcut tricks for windows and as well as OS X keyboard. We have covered windows shortcut key for windows 7,8,8.1 and 10. On the other side on OS X with command key. Hope you like these shortcut tricks. If so then make sure to share this post on your social walls.

32 Computer Shortcut Tricks For Windows and OS X Keyboards

Win keyboard:

Win β€” opens the Start Menu, in Windows 8.1 β€” opens the previous window;

Win + A β€” opens the Action Center (in Windows 10);

Win + B β€” selects the first icon in the Notification Area (you can then switch between the icons using the arrow keys);

Win + Ctrl + B β€” switches to a program indicating a new message in the Notification Area;

Win + C shows the Charm Bar (in Windows 8 and 8.1); in Windows 10 it opens Cortana (if you’re using a supported language);

Win + D β€” shows the desktop (immediately minimizes all the opened windows);

Win + E β€” opens Windows Explorer; in Windows 10 opens the Quick Launch by default;

Win + F β€” opens ’Find files and folders’;

Win + Ctrl + F β€” opens ’Find computers’;

Win + G β€” brings all gadgets to the foreground that are in process (only in Windows 7 and Vista); opens the Game bar in Windows 10;

Win + K β€” opens a new Start menu β€” Connections (in Windows 8 and 8.1);

Win + L β€” changes user or locks the workstation;

Win + M β€” minimizes all windows;

Win + ? Shift + M β€” restores windows that were minimized;

Win + O β€” locks device orientation (disables the gyroscope function on tablets);

Win + P β€” switches operating modes to an external monitor/projector (only in Windows 7 and newer);

Win + Q β€” opens Search charm for installed apps (checked in Windows 8);

Win + R β€” opens the ’Run dialog’ box;

Win + T β€” switches focus to the Taskbar (only in Windows 7 and newer);

Win + U β€” opens the Utility Manager;

Win + W β€” opens Windows Ink Workspace (notes, screenshots);

Win + X β€” opens the Windows Mobile Application Center (only for mobile computers in Windows Vista and 7);

Win + Y β€” starts Yahoo! Messenger (if installed).

OS X keyboard:

Command + Up Arrow β€” Immediately scroll to the top of any webpage.

Command + Down Arrow β€” Immediately scroll to the bottom of any webpage.

Command + Semicolon β€” Cycle through misspelled words in any given document.

Command + 1 (2, 3) β€” Use this shortcut to conveniently cycle through any open tabs you have in your browser. Command + 1 will take you to the first tab, Command + 2 will take you to the second, and so on.

Option + Delete β€” This handy keyboard shortcut will delete words one word at a time, as opposed to one letter at a time. This works all across OS X, whether you’re typing in TextEdit or even when typing a website into your browser’s URL bar.

Command + H β€” Quickly hide all open windows from the currently active app.

Command + Shift + T β€” Instantly open up the most recently closed tab in your browser. This is a lifesaver if you accidentally close a window and can’t remember the URL.

Option + Shift + Volume Up/Volume down β€” Increase or decrease your machine’s volume in much smaller increments. This comes in especially handy when you’re trying to get your audio output levels just right.

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