The best way to use a Windows laptop or PC is through the various keyboard shortcuts. In this Tutorial, I’ll show you the Best Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts that will definitely speed up your working on Windows while making you a keyboard ninja. These are simple Windows keyboard shortcuts, and tricks that aren’t very well known. Microsoft Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts/Hotkeys.
Microsoft Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts List
We are demonstrating this Tutorial using the HP Envy laptop, running Windows 10 Creators Update (Insider Preview) and a Windows PC running Windows 10 Anniversary Update. And Windows 10 enterprise evaluation using Desktop core 2 duo CPU.
- Capture Snippets
2. Snap Windows Easily
3. Rename Folders
4. Switch Virtual Desktops
5. Paste Without Formatting
6. Game Bar
7. Lock Screen
8. Minimize All Windows
9. Cancel Zoom In or Out to Return To Normal
10. Open Taskbar Apps
#1 Capture Snippets
Capture snippets: This keyboard shortcuts will help you to capture any area that you want. Just hold Windows+SHIFT+S to open snipping tool. it just works in the latest version of windows 10. Without this, we can use any capturing software inside our computer.
#2 Snap Windows Easily
How to Snap windows easily: This keyboard shortcuts is pretty fast, and all you have to do is just hold Windows button+right/left arrow keys, and also you can press Windows+down/up arrow keys, it’ll visible separately all tasks that you’ve open.
#3 Rename Folders
Rename folders: and another useful keyboard shortcuts that you can easily rename any folders, Just Press F2. In another way also we can rename our folder, well. right click on the folder or any subjects then click on rename. This shortcut is for all things that you want to rename them.
#4 Switch Virtual Desktops
Switch between Virtual Desktops: If you want to switch between the tasks that you’ve already opened or you want to open newly, from your keyboard Press Windows+CTLR+D to view the opened tasks. Microsoft has released this keyboard shortcuts to keep achieve on your all tasks.
#5 Paste Without Formatting
Have you tried that we can paste texts without formatting? always you might use CTRL+V in order to copy the texts, but that’s a format. so in this case just you have to Press CTRL+SHIFT+V to paste without formatting. you may not hear this before!?
#6 Game Bar
Another keyboard shortcut is about Game bar: This is for those who are playing game on PC, and directly open the game bar and you record the consequence, and also open the Xbox game, or you want to modifying the setting.
#7 Lock Screen
If you’re using a couple of windows or just a windows, you want to lock the screen, you can lock the screen just by clicking on the windows button > User picture > lock. But with this shortcuts Press Windows+L to lock your screen, see this is very fast!
#8 Minimize All Windows
Let’s suppose when you’re working on your computer (Laptop or Desktop) and suddenly your friend comes, on that time all you have to do is Press Windows+D to Minimize all windows, or invisible all the windows. These useful keyboard shortcuts enhance your secrets.
#9 Cancel Zoom In or Out to Return To Normal
Well. when you’re working inside your system, whether it’s document or website/social media, you want to zoom in, in order to see the texts and each point. Press CTRL>+ to zoom in and Press CTRL+- to zoom back/out. And If you have done this actions many times, and you want to change it to 100% Zoom (Normal) Press CTRL+0.
#10 Open Taskbar Apps
And another useful shortcut is about how to open taskbar apps, You have to Press Windows+1 and it opens the first app from the taskbar, and if press Windows+2 and it’ll open the second app from the taskbar. Without this shortcut, we can click directly with the mouse. But it’ll dash your working.
Create Custome Windows Shortcuts
This tutorial was about 10 best keyboard shortcuts for windows 10. While this you can create your own keyboard shortcuts to place on your any files, Projects. Only by pressing that shortcuts it’ll be open to us. The matter is not that where is the folder. Maybe you say that “How to Create Custom Windows Shortcuts? In the First step right-click on the folder or file that you want to make it into a shortcut > then click on create a shortcut, then after that aging right click > Properties and type there shortcut key.
See Another Windows 10 Keyboard shortcuts Tutorial:
The ultimate guide to Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts.
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