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Complete Windows 10 Shortcut Keys List

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Windows 10 is the most latest version of Windows and like always this operating system of Windows 10 has ample amount of built-in keyboard shortcuts that a regular windows user should know. Moreover some new windows 10  shortcut keys have also been introduced. Keyboard shortcuts are always very helpful to all the users of all the times. You just need to have a sharp memory for stuffing all these shortcuts.

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You should get to know these shortcuts so lets proceed towards a laundry list of keyboard shortcuts of Windows 10:

Here’s a complete list of keyboard shortcuts we can use in our windows for certain tasks. These keys would also help in finding things and opening programs without the need of mouse.

Windows 10 Keyboard shortcuts and their Actions

Ctrl + A will Select all items appearing in a window

Ctrl + C / Ctrl + Insert will Copy selected (text or image)

Ctrl + V will Paste the copied item

Ctrl +X will Cut the selected/highlighted item

Ctrl + Z will Undo the previous action

Ctrl + Y will Re Do action.

Alt + F4 will close the existing or current app/window

Ctrl + N will open a new File window with the same path where we are and it can be used when File Explorer is your current window

Alt + Tab will switch between open software programs and windows

Shift + Delete will remove the selected or highlighted item permanently

Ctrl + C or Ctrl + Insert will Copy the selected text to the clipboard.

Ctrl + V or Shift + Insert will Paste copied text inside the Command Prompt.

Ctrl + A will Select all text on current line.

Ctrl + Up or Down will Move the screen one line up or down.

Ctrl + F will Search Command Prompt via Find window.

Ctrl + M will Enter Mark mode (that allows you to select text with mouse). But once Mark mode is enabled, you will be able to use the arrow keys to move the cursor around.

Shift + Up or Down will Move the cursor up or down one line and select text.

Shift + Left or Right will Move the cursor left or right one character and select text.

Ctrl + Shift + Left or Right will Move the cursor left or right one word and select text.

Shift + Page Up or Page Down will Move the cursor up or down one screen and select text.

Shift + Home or End will Move the cursor to beginning or end of current line and select text.

Ctrl + Shift + Home/End will Move the cursor to the start or end of screen buffer and select text and beginning or end of Command Prompt’s output.

Keyboard Shorcuts using Windows Logo Key

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Windows Logo Icon Key will open or close the Start menu

Windows Logo Icon Key + A will open Action center

Windows Logo Icon Key + D will show the Display and hide the Desktop

Windows Logo Icon Key + T will cycle through the apps on the taskbar

Windows Logo Icon Key + Ctrl + D will add the new virtual desktop

Windows Logo Icon Key + Ctrl + Right arrow will move to the next virtual desktop at the right

Windows Logo Icon Key + Ctrl + Left arrow will move to the previous virtual desktop at the left.

Windows Logo Icon Key + Ctrl + F4 will close the current windows virtual desktop

Windows Logo Icon Key + A will open the Action Center

Windows Logo Icon Key + S will open Cortana in a text mode.

Windows Logo Icon Key + C will open Cortana in listening mode

Windows Logo Icon Key + F will show the Windows 10 Feedback Hub

Windows Logo Icon Key + Ctrl + F will search for PCs on a network

Windows Logo Icon Key + G will start the Game Bar

Windows Logo Icon Key + H will open the share sidebar

Windows Logo Icon Key + I will open the Settings menu

Windows Logo Icon Key + k will show the Connect sidebar

Windows Logo Icon Key + L will Lock the computer

Windows Logo Icon Key + O will Lock up the screen rotation/orientation

Windows Logo Icon Key + P will open the presentation sidebar

Windows Logo Icon Key + R to open Run Window screen

Windows Logo Icon Key + print Screen will capture Screenshot of the desktop saving it in pictures

Windows Logo Icon Key + (+) or (-) will Zoom in / Zoom out with a magnifier

Windows Logo Icon Key + Esc will Exit magnifier

Windows Logo Icon Key + X will open the secret Start menu

Windows Logo Icon Key + M will minimize all the open

Windows Logo Icon Key + E will open the File explorer

Windows Logo Icon Key + U will start Setting > Ease of Access

Windows Logo Icon Key + Shift + M will restore all the minimized windows

Windows Logo Icon Key + Home will minimize all windows excluding the one that is active currently

Windows Logo Icon Key + Shift + Up arrow will maximize the active window in vertical shape by maintaining its width

Windows Logo Icon Key + Left/Right Arrow will snap the selected window to left/right half of the screen.

Windows Logo Icon Key + Shift + Left/Right arrow will move the selected window to the left/right monitor.

Windows Logo Icon Key + Tab will open Task view (Virtual desktops)

Windows Logo Icon Key + Up arrow will maximize the selected window

Windows Logo Icon Key + [Number] will Open the app pinned in the [number] position on the taskbar.

Windows Logo Icon Key + Alt + [Number] will Open the right-click menu for the app pinned in the [number] position on the taskbar.

So these were the keyboard shortcuts and it’s a sure bet that the regular users of windows 10 would really find these keyboard shortcuts amazing and will admit how useful this can be. You just have to be one tough cookie to memorize all these shortcuts. Some of the shortcuts are really important to lean and memorize. So don’t miss a good chance to enrich your Windows 10 experience.

 

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