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Use the Windows logo key to open useful shortcuts
Your keyboard's Windows logo key does more than open your Start menu. Amanda Finney shows you that it also gives you shortcuts and tips you'll use all the time.
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What's your favorite Windows 10 keyboard shortcut?
What's your favorite or your go-to Windows 10 keyboard shortcut?
How Shortcuts and Gestures Became My Best Friends
Let's learn several helpful shortcuts and gestures of Windows 10.
Ease of Access: Keyboard Shortcuts
You can turn certain Ease of Access features on or off on your computer by using a keyboard shortcut. Press SHIFT five times for StickyKeys. Press LEFT ALT + LEFT SHIFT + PRTSCRN for High Contrast. Press LEFT ALT + LEFT SHIFT + NUMLOCK for MouseKeys. Hold RIGHT SHIFT for 8 seconds for FilterKeys. Hold NUM LOCK for 5 seconds for ToggleKeys. Press WINDOWS LOGO + CTRL + C for colour filters. Press WINDOWS LOGO + CTRL + S for Windows Speech Recognition. Press WINDOWS LOGO + CTRL + O for On-Screen Keyboard. Press WINDOWS LOGO + PLUS SIGN (+) for Magnifier. Press WINDOWS LOGO + CTRL + ENTER for Narrator.
Creating a shortcut in a folder
1. On File Explorer, navigate to a folder in the navigation pane. 2. Right-click inside a white window, point to New, and then click Shortcut. 3. Type [drive:][path]filename.ext and press ENTER. (For example, you could type "c:\documents\reports.docx" (without the quotation marks)). 4. Type the name of a shortcut and press ENTER.
Your favorite keyboard shortcuts?
A lot of people know stuff like CTRL + C (Copy) and CTRL + V (Paste), but what are your favorite keyboard shortcuts? I'll go first... 🤔🤣👀🐱👓🌹 EMOJIS! By pressing the Windows key (the button next to Alt) and . at the same time it will bring up the emoji keyboard. Windows doesn't really tell you this anywhere, so many people don't know it exists. Spice up a dry e-mail with some expressive faces. 😉 Anyway, what are your favorite keyboard shortcuts?
How to Create a Shortcut on the Desktop.
Sometime we come across articles or sites online that we want to be able to have instant access to without having to open the browser. There is a very simple solution to doing this, it' called creating a new Shortcut. The first thing you have to do is copy the link you want to use (Highlight the address in the address bar of your browser and then right click to copy address to clipboard.) and then go to your desktop. Now Right Click on your desktop and click on New and then Shortcut. A window will open up asking "Type the location of the Item". Right click on this box and then click on paste. Once you have done this click on next and give your Short Cut a name. Click Finish and Viola! You now have a shortcut on your desktop give you instant access to the webpage. You can also use this to create Shortcuts to documents, videos, Etc. See what you can come up with and leave a comment here!
Windows 10 Shortcuts / Where to find them / Use them
Use this to help you along with all the possible shortcuts you can use on Windows 10 straight from Microsoft themselves. This is great to have when you are still learning the quick actions available on Windows 10. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/12445/windows-keyboard-shortcuts
So many shortcuts... I'm confused!
https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_other-files/so-many-shortcuts-im-confused/847308f4-02c4-402a-8974-c92b80bf6af3?tm=1568479481522 This is a shortcut to my latest thread. Please reply to that thread, not this one.
Keyboard shortcuts are keys or combinations of keys that provide an alternative way to do something that you’d typically do with a mouse. Click an option below, and it'll open to display a table of related shortcuts:
If a shortcut requires pressing two or more keys at the same time, this topic separates the keys with a plus sign (+). If you have to press one key immediately after another, the keys are separated by a comma (,). You can easily access the keyboard shortcuts list from within Microsoft Teams.
Shortcut conflicts. Some Windows keyboard shortcuts conflict with the corresponding default Mac OS keyboard shortcuts. This topic flags such shortcuts with an asterisk ( * ). To use these shortcuts, you may have to change your Mac keyboard settings to change the Show Desktop shortcut for the key.
If you don't find a keyboard shortcut here that meets your needs, you can create a custom keyboard shortcut. For instructions, go to Create a custom keyboard shortcut for Office for Mac . Many of the shortcuts that use the Ctrl key on a Windows keyboard also work with the Control key in Word for Mac.
Note: This article explains how to create a shortcut on your desktop.You can also add a program to the taskbar. If you are using Windows 10, right-click the program name or tile, click More > Pin to taskbar.If you are using Windows 8 or earlier, right-click the program name or tile, and then select Pin to taskbar.