The Chromebook keyboard has some extra keys that you do not have on a more traditional type of keyboard and these keys are located where the F1 to F12 keys would have been positioned. When browsing the internet you go from one internet page to another. 2 Left and right navigation keys. You can do this with the keyboard using these keys. You may be used to doing this by using the back and forward buttons on your internet browser.
At times you may want to go back to a previous page you were on, or you may want to go forward to a page you were previously on if you have gone back too far. Either way works, but it s good that you have different ways of doing it. If you ve used the internet you will most likely be used to the refresh key. 3 The Refresh key.
This refreshes the current internet page you are on, which simply means it reloads the internet page. You may want to do this if the page brings you an error, as refreshing the page may fix it. Another reason maybe if you re expecting an important email, which is not showing in your mailbox. If someone has just sent you an email and you need to read this urgently, instead of waiting for the browser to refresh, you can use this key to refresh the page; this would usually show you the email that has just been sent.
Use whichever way suits you best. 4 The full-screen key. By pressing this key on your Chromebook your internet page is displayed in full screen. This allows you to see more of the information on the website page and it does this by removing the browser options at the top and bottom of the screen. Different software programs use the escape key in different ways, but it s generally used to cancel out of a field or a screen.
To leave full-screen mode you simply press this key again. 5 The Switch key. When you press this key it displays all of the windows you currently have open. You can then use your mouse to click on the window you would like to view. These two keys control the brightness of your Chromebook display. This makes it easy to switch between any open windows you may have open.
6 Screen brightness control. 7 The Mute key. This key mutes the sounds coming from your Chromebook. 8 Volume up and down keys. These keys control the volume, so you can adjust it up or down to suit the situation. If you hold down this key for a few seconds it will turn on your Chromebook, or if you already have your Chromebook turned on; holding down the key for a few seconds will shut the Chromebook down.
You can do this by pressing the key for about half a second and then letting go. 9 The Power key. If your Chromebook is on, you can also use this key to sign out the current user or to lock the screen. You ll then see a menu appear on the screen with the options to power offsign out or lock screen. Keyboard shortcuts on your Chromebook.
There are many keyboard shortcuts available to you to make life easier. If you use these shortcuts regularly they will become second nature. To take a full screenshot. Pressing the control and switch key takes a full screenshot of whatever is being displayed on the screen at the time. This automatically saves into your downloads folder, so you can use it at a later date. Take a partial screenshot.
Holding down the shift and control key together with the switch key allows you to take a partial screenshot. When you press these keys your display will dim and the mouse cursor will change shape. To take a partial screenshot you just move the mouse cursor to the top left of where you want the screen capture to start; you then hold down the touchpad while dragging the mouse cursor to cover the part of the screen you want to take a screenshot of.
Again, this will save the image to your downloads folder for future use. The Chromebook keyboard does not come with a caps lock key. Therefore, to turn the caps lock on you press the Alt and Search key. You can then type as normal and the letters will be in capitals. To switch caps off you can press the Alt and Search key again, or you can simply press the shift key.
Lock your Chromebook. You can quickly lock your Chromebook by pressing the Search key and the letter L. By doing this you will lock your screen and your password is required to unlock it. Sign out of your account. If you wish to sign out of your account quickly and return to the login page you can do this by holding down the Shift and Control key and while holding these keys pressing the Q button twice.
Using your Touchpad on your Chromebook. The Chromebook like many other laptops uses a Touchpad instead of a mouse. You will use your Touchpad a lot when browsing the internet, so it s a good idea to find out how it works and the different ways you can interact with the Touchpad. Moving the mouse cursor around the screen. To move the mouse cursor around the screen you simply lightly press a finger on the Touchpad and move in the direction you want the mouse cursor to move in.
Pressing the left mouse button. To press the left mouse button on your Touchpad you simply press your Touchpad with one finger. This does the same thing as left-clicking on a mouse button. This also means if you need to hold down your left mouse button, you would simply hold down your finger on the Touchpad. This will take some getting used to if you have previously worked with a mouse, but once you have used the Touchpad for a few weeks it will become second nature to you.
Pressing the right mouse button. If you need to press the right mouse button on your Chromebook you simply press down on your Touchpad with two fingers. Scrolling up and down the screen. You can scroll up and down the screen by navigating the arrow keys to the right of your browser. However, it is much easier and quicker iqoption ltd do it with your Touchpad.
To scroll up or down the screen you simply use two fingers on your Touchpad. Gently press on the Touchpad with two fingers and move your fingers up to scroll up the page, or move your fingers down to scroll down the page. Navigate web pages left to right. If you are browsing the web it s most likely from time to time you will want to go back to a previous webpage or you may want to go forward to a webpage you ve previously visited.
You can do this using the front and back arrows on your browser, or the front and back keys on your keyboard. However, you can also do this using your Touchpad and it s a much quicker way of navigating through web pages once you ve got used to it. You can do this by pressing on the Touchpad with two fingers and swiping either left or right.
Display all of the windows you have open on your Chromebook. If you have a lot of windows open it can be difficult to navigate from one to the other. You can easily see what windows you have open by lightly pressing on the Touchpad with three fingers and swiping down. Doing this will then show you all the windows you have open, you can then simply choose the window you want to be active by left-clicking on it with your Touchpad.
To turn the caps lock on. ChromeVox Classic Keyboard Shortcuts Reference. We strongly encourage you to get familiar with our newest version of ChromeVox as soon as possible. The old version, ChromeVox Classic, will only be around for a short while, so for now, we re keeping this short reference available. But we re sure that you ll like the faster, easier-to-use version, so you won t miss Classic for long if at all.
Learn more Help Center. ChromeVox Modifier Keys. For ChromeVox Classic on Chrome OS, the ChromeVox modifier keys are Search Shift. For the ChromeVox extension for Windows, the ChromeVox modifier keys are Shift Alt. For the ChromeVox extension for Mac, the ChromeVox modifier keys are Cmd Ctrl. Important Note There is no future development planned to change, enhance, or add functionality for the ChromeVox Classic browser extension.
This reference is a complete list of all the keyboard commands associated with ChromeVox Classic. These commands can be referenced at any time through the command help menu. Press ChromeVox Period and use the up and down arrow keys to navigate or begin typing the command you are looking for. Sticky Mode. On Mac OS, double-tap the left Command key to enable disable sticky mode.
On Windows, double-tap the Insert key to enable disable sticky mode. Speech Commands. Control Stop speaking the current text ChromeVox Single quote Increase pitch of speech ChromeVox Semicolon Decrease pitch of speech ChromeVox Close Bracket Increase rate of speech ChromeVox Open Bracket Decrease rate of speech. Basic Navigation.
On Chrome OS, double-tap the Search key to enable disable sticky mode. ChromeVox Down Navigate Forward ChromeVox Up Navigate backward ChromeVox Right Navigate forward at a more detailed level ChromeVox Left Navigate backward at a more detailed level ChromeVox Equals Change navigation level to more detail ChromeVox Minus Change navigation level to less detail Enter Activate current item ChromeVox Space Force click on current item ChromeVox R Start reading from current location.
ChromeVox allows you navigate through lists of similar items, such as links, headers etc. Jump Commands. To move to a specific item on a page, press ChromeVox either N or P. N stands for Next and P stands for Previous. To move to the next header on the page, press ChromeVox N then H. To move to the previous header on the page, press ChromeVox P then H.
You can also move to a specific heading level by pressing ChromeVox N or P then the number representing that heading level. For example, to move to the next level 2 header, press ChromeVox N then 2. Tab Jump to next focusable item Shift Tab Jump to previous focusable item Press ChromeVox N or ChromeVox P and then one of the following commands A Anchor Q Block quote B Button X Checkbox C Combobox G Graphic H Heading J Jump ; Landmark F Form Field L Link O List I List item R Radio button S Slider T Table.
Other items. Table Mode is activated by ChromeVox Back slash when reading a table. ChromeVox Back space Force exit table mode ChromeVox Down Go to next table row ChromeVox Up Go to previous table row ChromeVox Right Go to next table column ChromeVox Left Go to previous table column ChromeVox T then H Announce headers of the current cell ChromeVox T then L Announce coordinates of the current cell ChromeVox T then Open bracket Go to beginning of table ChromeVox T then Close bracket Go to end of table ChromeVox T then Semicolon Go to beginning of the current row ChromeVox T then Single quote Go to end of the current row ChromeVox T then Comma Go to beginning of the current column ChromeVox T then Period Go to end of the current column.
The following are the commands that become available only in table mode. Use the command help menu ChromeVox Period to explore additional table commands. Hotkeys Keyboard Shortcuts can make a big difference in strategy games, especially in multiplayer, when you are short on time. Civilization V Hotkeys and Shortcuts.
This Civilization V Hotkey Guide has been carefully crafted to help you find every key used in Civilization V on the PC platform. The same goes in case of Civilization V, you obviously can save time using the shortcuts rather than dragging your mouse for each move, which ultimately slows you down. Do note that you may be able to change your keybinds by going into the Settings menu.
Following is a list of Hotkeys Shortcuts that can be used in Civilization V on PC. General Hotkeys. Hotkey Action Performed 1 F1 Civilopedia 2 F2 Economic info 3 F3 Military info 4 F4 Diplomacy info 5 F5 Social Policies Screen 6 F6 Tech Screen 7 F7 Notification Log 8 F8 Victory Progress 9 F9 Demographics 10 F10 Strategic View 11 F11 Quick Save 12 F12 Quick Load 13 G Hex Grid 14 Esc Menu 15 Enter End Turn 16 Period Next Unit 17 Comma Previous Unit 18 Zoom Out 19 Zoom in 20 Insert Capital City View 21 Home Capital City View 22 End Capital City View 23 Page up Zoom in 24 Page Down Zoom Out 25 Ctrl R Show Resources Icons 26 Ctrl Y Yield Icons 27 Ctrl O Game Options 28 Ctrl S Save 29 Ctrl L Load 30 Ctrl Spcae End Turn.
Hotkey Action Performed 1 M Move Mode 2 E Explore Automated 3 A Alert 4 F Sleep 5 Space Do Nothing. Action Hotkeys Used to perform actions on, or from any units in the game. Hotkey Action Performed 1 Delete Delete Unit 2 Ctrl A Attack 3 Ctrl B Ranged 4 S Set up Artillery 5 H Fortify Until Healed. Air Unit Hotkeys Control units that fly levitate in the air. No Hotkey Action Performed 1 Alt R Rebase Mode 2 S Air Strike Mode 3 Alt S Air Sweep 4 I Intercept 5 N Nuke Mode. Civilian Unit Hotkeys Control units that are the fundamental of Civilization Civilians.
Hotkey Action Performed 1 B Found City 2 A Build Improvements automated 3 R Construct a Railroad 4 R Construct a Road 5 Alt R Route to Mode 6 Alt C Remove a Jungle 7 Alt C Clear a Marsh 8 T Construct a Trading Post 9 H Construct a Camp 10 I Construct a Farm 11 N Construct a Mine 12 P Construct a Plantation 13 Q Construct a Quarry 14 P Construct a Pasture 15 F Construct a Fort 16 O Create a Well 17 F Create Fishing Boats 18 O Create Offshore Platform 19 Alt C Remove Forest 20 Backspace Cancel Last Mission 21 L Construct a Lumber Mill 22 C Citadel.
Being the managing editor, Ali manages a lot of the editorial duties as well as publishing stories for you. A long-time gamer, his favorite game series is the Gears of War but when he s not. Civilization V Hotkeys Keyboard Shortcuts List. General Unit Hotkeys Used to control General units in the game. Home Ideas Closed Ideas Closing spotify option or keyboard shortcut. Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark as New Mark as Read Bookmark Subscribe Email to a Friend Printer Friendly Page Report Inappropriate Content.
Spotify behaves unlike any other windows program when I try to close the program. When I either press the close button or ALT F4, Spotify minimizes. Since I hide most system tray icons, there is no easy way to close spotify with a single command. I already read several requests to implement standard Windows behaviour, but so far, unfortunately, these requests have been denied. Could you instead considering either or both of the following suggestions.
Support an option to have Spotify behave like other Windows programs; 2. Offer a keyboard shortcut to exit spotify. Suggestion 1 would clearly have my preference, since I often repeatedly strike Alt F4 to close all windows programs before shutting down. But if need be, I could get used to a different shortcut. This is not a matter of a different shortcut, it s just not meant to close that way I m afraid.
Check out this idea here for a detailed reply from the Spotify staff about closing Spotify. If they will reconsider it, they will let us know in that idea topic. There is already an option that allows you to close out and still keep music playing. If you don t want that, you do have to Quit Spotify. Find the icon in your system tray, right click it, and check Hide from Taskbar when closed. For those of you wondering about Skype, there s a similar option somewhere in settings or the tray icon.
Hope I helped y all. Home Docs Archive Wiki Forum Bugs Blog Translate Git. Index Desktop Command option not working for keyboard shortcut. 1 2018-01-07 23 02 30. Command option not working for keyboard shortcut. As someone may know, the browser Opera is never going to start maximized, unless it s specified with the proper command option, which is. This always works but not for the keyboard s shortcut, which punctually ignores the option so it launches Opera correctly but in a small window.
Is it possible to solve this. Sub domains. I m on Xubuntu with xfce 4. 2 2018-01-11 23 38 43. Re Command option not working for keyboard shortcut. I found this on linuxquestions 1hope it helps. Sorry for the necro, but I think I found out what is causing Opera to not open maximized. Hopefully this sheds some light on the issue. When I go into the Opera settings and select On Startup Continue where I left off, Opera will properly remember window position and size, and open maximized.
I m running Opera 47. 80 on Mint 18. If I choose Open the start page or Open a specific page or set of pages, Opera will not remember window position and size, and will not start maximized. Index Search Register Login. Shortcuts for the Start Screen and the Desktop. Windows Key The action for this key depends on where you are when you press it. Common Keyboard Shortcuts. If you are on the Desktop when you press it, it takes you to the Start screen.
If you press it again, it takes you back to the Desktop. But, if you press it while in a Windows 8. 1 app, it takes you to the Start screen. Press it again and it takes you back to the app. Ctrl Tab When using it on the Start screen, it switches between the Start screen and the Apps view. On the Desktop it does nothing. Firefox or for creating new tabs e. Internet Explorer 11. Escape - When using it on the Start screen, it closes the Start screen and switches to Desktop.
This shortcut does nothing when you are on the Desktop. However, some web browsers will have the same shortcut for switching between tabs e. Windows Key D When using it on the Start screen, it closes the Start screen and switches to Desktop. Windows Key E Launches File Explorer both from the Desktop and the Start screen. Windows Key R Launches the Run dialog that you can use to run programs or commands.
Windows Key X Launches a hidden menu with many useful shortcuts. Windows Key L Locks your Windows PC or device and takes you to the Lock screen. This menu is also named the WinX menu or the power user s Start Menu. Windows Key P Opens the Project sidebar for extending your image to a second screen. You can keep the image on one screen, duplicate it, extend it to another screen or only display things on a secondary screen.
If you have multiple screens or if you are using a video projector, this sidebar allows you to choose how the image should be displayed. Shortcuts for the Charm Bar and App Store Applications. Windows Key F1 Launches the Windows Help and Support documentation provided by Microsoft. Windows Key C - Displays the Charms bar. You can navigate through the charms with the arrow keys on your keyboard.
You can use this to search for files and settings on your PC, the Internet, and OneDriveas well as through installed apps and the Windows Store. Windows Key Q Launches the General Search. Windows Key F Launches the Files Search. You can use this to search for files on your PC and OneDrive. Windows Key W Launches the Windows Settings Search. You can use this to search for specific operating system settings by typing in certain keywords. When using it on the Desktop, you can use this charm to access the Control Panel, Personalization options, the System information section and the Windows Help and Support module.
You also have access to the wi-fi settings, volume and brightness control, notifications, power buttons and keyboard settings. Windows Key I Displays the Settings charm. When using it from the Start screen, you can use this charm to access the Start screen personalization options, tiles settings and the online help version for the Start screen.
You can also use it when working with Windows apps to access their settings. Windows Key H Launches the Share charm. When using it on the Desktop, you can use this charm to share a desktop screenshot through the Mail app or other social network app that you have installed. When using it on the Start screen, you can use it to share a screenshot of the Start screen through the same channels.
You can also use it to share data from Windows apps that you are running. Windows Key K Displays the Devices charm. Depending on the peripherals you have attached to your computer or Windows device, you will have the option to play multimedia files, print information from modern apps or show the information on your screen on another display or video projector. This charm can only be used in modern Windows apps.
Windows Key Z When using it on the Start screen, it displays the Start screen customization button at the bottom of the screen. When using it in modern apps, it displays different contextual options for each app. Shortcuts for Switching between Apps and Windows. Alt Tab Repeatedly pressing the Tab key while holding Alt pressed cycles through open windows and apps. Release the Tab key on the window or app that you want to open.
Windows Key Tab Repeatedly pressing the Tab key while holding the Windows Key pressed cycles through open modern apps while displaying them in a vertical sidebar at the left side of the screen. Release the Tab key on the app that you want to open. Ctrl Alt Tab When pressed together, this combination of keys displays the list of open windows and apps and keeps the list on screen even after you release the keys.
You can then navigate through open windows and apps using the arrow keys. You can then navigate through open apps using the up down arrow keys. Shortcuts for Managing Desktop Windows. If the window is already maximized it has no effect. Windows Key Arrow Up When using it on the Desktop, it maximizes the current window across the screen. Also, it doesn t work on the Start screen.
Windows Key Arrow Down When using it on the Desktop in a maximized window, it restores the current window s size. If the window is already minimized it has no effect. Windows Key Shift Key Arrow Up When using it on the Desktop, it maximizes the current window vertically. Windows Key Shift Key Arrow Left Right Moves the current window to the left or the right monitor. This works only when using multiple monitors. Windows Key Arrow Left Right When using it on the Desktop, it moves the current window to the left or right half of the screen.
Pressing Windows Key Arrow Left while the window is at the right of the screen, for example, restores the window. Pressing the combination again moves the window to the left half of the screen and vice versa. This can be used across multiple monitors. Alt Space When using it on the Desktop, it launches the title bar menu of the current window. You can also access this menu by right clicking the title bar of the current window. The menu generally includes options to resize the window and other application specific options.
Using this while on the Start screen has no effect. Shortcuts for the Windows Taskbar. Windows Key T When using it on the Desktop, it highlights the first application in the taskbar. You can use the arrow keys to cycle through the taskbar applications. The applications that are running also display a thumbnail above their icon when you select them. Windows Key B This works both on the Desktop and the Start screen. If the Notification Area Icons are set to Always show all icons and notifications on the taskbarthis keyboard shortcut highlights the first application in the system tray.
You can use the arrow keys to cycle through all the applications found in the system tray. If the Always show all icons and notifications on the taskbar is disabled, this keyboard shortcut highlights the Show hidden icons arrow. You can then press Enter to display the hidden icons or use the arrow keys to cycle through the applications found in the system tray.
Shift click on a taskbar application Launches a new instance of the selected application. This works only with applications which support running in multiple instances, like Microsoft Office or Internet browsers. Ctrl Shift click on a taskbar application Launches a new instance of the selected application with administrator rights. Ctrl Windows Key Tab When pressed together, this combination of keys displays the sidebar of open apps and keeps the sidebar on screen even after you release the keys.
Windows Key number keys 1 through 9 Launches the taskbar application at the specified position. Shift right click on a taskbar application Launches the contextual menu for that application instead of the list with recent items or pinned tasks or folders. The University of Edinburgh. Terms conditions Privacy cookies Modern slavery. Website accessibility Freedom of information publication scheme Data Protection. The University of Edinburgh is a charitable body, registered in Scotland, with registration number SC005336, VAT Registration Number GB 592 9507 00, and is acknowledged by the UK authorities as a Recognised body which has been granted degree awarding powers.
Unless explicitly stated otherwise, all material is copyright The University of Edinburgh 2020. Pressing it again while the window is restored causes the window to be minimized to the taskbar. This topic lists the main default keyboard shortcuts you can use in Compare It. Note You can adjust these keyboard shortcuts to suit your preferences. See Customizing Keyboard Shortcuts for instructions. Note At any time you can check the full list of current shortcuts under Help Keyboard menu.
The order of the table below matches the order of the buttons on the toolbar. See other shortcuts for keyboard shortcuts and menu options that do not have an equivalent iqoption ltd button. Button Description Shortcut Menu Command Open the Enhanced Open File dialog box to select files to compare. CTRL SHIFT O File Select files Save all your changes in both files.
CTRL O File Compare files Open the Select files dialog box to select files to compare. CTRL S File Save all Print report. CTRL P File Print Preview your report in a preview window from where you can then print the report. File Print preview Switch between edit and read-only modes for the source and target files. F9 Edit Edit mode Undo your last action. CTRL Z Edit Undo Go to the Find combo box. CTRL D Find next. F3 Edit Findthen click Find next button Move to the previous difference. In addition, it shows the equivalent toolbar button and menu command you can use to perform the same action.
ALT RIGHT ARROW Merge Copy Copy line to destination. CTRL ALT RIGHT ARROW Merge Line to Dest Toggle on to move to the next difference after an edit operation. Options Move next Copy line to source. CTRL ALT LEFT ARROW Merge Line to Src Copy difference to source. ALT LEFT ARROW Merge Copy Rescan files. Options Options Access context help F1 Help Help. You can customize default toolbar by choosing Options Toolbar. F5 View Rescan Set options.
F7 or ALT UP ARROW View Prev Diff Move to the next difference. F8 or ALT DOWN ARROW View Next Diff Copy difference to destination. Several additional buttons can be placed on toolbar. Everyone loves a quick way to get things done in Windows, and using keyboard shortcuts is a great way to do it. Complete List of Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts and Run Commands. Everyone loves a quick way to get things done in Windows. If a mouse tends to slow you down, then here is a comprehensive list of keyboard commands you can use to accomplish almost any task you would normally use a mouse for.
Function Command Power menu Press Windows key X or right-click Start Windows Tab Launch Windows 10 Task View Windows Q Search the web and Windows with Cortana speech Windows S Search the web and Windows with Cortana keyboard input Windows I Open Windows 10 settings Windows A Open Windows 10 notifications Windows L Lock your Windows 10 device Windows Ctrl D Create new virtual desktop Windows Ctrl F4 Close current virtual desktop Windows Ctrl Left Right Switch between virtual desktops Windows Left Right Up Down Position windows on your screenE.
Here s a comprehensive list for Windows 10. Windows Left moves the current window to the left half of your screen. Windows H Share content if supported by current app Windows K Connect to wireless displays and audio devices Windows X Open Start button context menu Windows key G Starts App recording Windows D Show Windows desktop Windows E Open File Explorer Windows Space Switch keyboard input language if you have added at least a second one Windows Shift Left Right Move current Window from one monitor to another when using a multiple monitor setup Windows 1 2 3 Open programs that are pinned to task barE.
And, what s very handy in my opinion If you release the Windows key after positioning a window, Task View shows up on the opposite side of the positioned window to select and position another app. If you use Windows Up afterward, the current window will be placed in the upper left quarter of your screen. Also works like a charm for Windows 10 modern apps. b If you re on your Windows 10 desktop, open Power dialogue to shut down or restart Windows, put your device in sleep mode, or sign out or switch the current user.
Alt F4 a Close current window. CTRL SHIFT ESC Open Task Manager Alt underlined menu Open menu or program. Example, to open the Edit menu in WordPad, press Alt then press E on your keyboard. Repeat the same step for the menu you want to open. General Windows keyboard shortcuts. Function Command Access help system in an application F1 Activate menu bar F10 Close a program Alt F4 Close current window in Multiple Document interface based programs CTRL F4 Access right-click menu in the application Shift F10 Launch Start menu Ctrl ESC or Windows key Cut CTRL X Copy CTRL C Paste CTRL V Delete DEL Undo CTRL Z System Properties Windows key Pause Break Bypass auto-play when an external storage device is connected Hold down SHIFT key while inserting a storage device.
Desktop, My Computer, and File Explorer. For selected items, you can use the following shortcuts. if first pinned program on your taskbar is Windows Explorer from left to right ; the shortcut Windows 1 opens Windows Explorer for you Windows R Run a command Windows P Project a screen Alt Tab Switch to previous window Alt Space Restore, move, size, minimize, maximize or close current window.
Function Command Search CTRL F or F3 Rename an item F2 Delete a folder or files permanently SHIFT DEL Access properties of a file or folder ALT ENTER or ALT double-click Copy a file CTRL key while dragging file Create a shortcut CTRL SHIFT while dragging file Select All CTRL A Refresh contents of a window F5 View the folder one level up Backspace key Close the selected folder and its parent folders SHIFT key while clicking the close button Switch between left and right panes F6.
File Explorer commands. Function Command Switch between left and right panes F6 Expand all subfolders under the selected folder NUMLOCK ASTERISK when using a numeric keyboard Expand the selected folder NUMLOCK PLUS sign when using a numeric keyboard Collapse the selected folder NUMLOCK MINUS sign when using a numeric keyboard Expand current selection if it s collapsed, otherwise select first subfolder Right arrow Collapse current selection if it s expanded, otherwise, select parent folder Left arrow.
Properties dialog commands. Function Command Move forward through options Tab key Move backward through options SHIFT Tab Move forward through tabs CTRL Tab Move backward through tabs CTRL SHIFT TAB. Open and Save dialog commands. Windows 10 Command Prompt keyboard commands. Function Command Open the Save In and address bar CTRL O and F4 Refresh F5 Open the folder one level up, if a folder is selected BACKSPACE.
Function Command SHIFT LEFT ARROW Moves the cursor to the left one character, extending the selection SHIFT RIGHT ARROW Moves the cursor to the right one character, extending the selection SHIFT UP ARROW Selects text up line by line starting from the location of the insertion point SHIFT DOWN ARROW Extends text selection down one line, starting at the location of the insertion point SHIFT END If cursor is in current line being edited First time extends selection to the last character in the input line.
Second consecutive press extends selection to the right margin; or else Selects text from the insertion point to the right margin. SHIFT HOME If cursor is in current line being edited First time extends selection to the character immediately after the command prompt. Second consecutive press extends selection to the left margin; or else Extends selection to the left margin. Edit commands. SHIFT PAGE DOWN Extends selection down one screen SHIFT PAGE UP Extends selection up one screen CTRL SHIFT RIGHT ARROW Extends the selection one word to the right CTRL SHIFT LEFT ARROW Extends the selection one word to the left CTRL SHIFT HOME Extend selection to the beginning of the screen buffer CTRL SHIFT END Extend selection to the end of the screen buffer CTRL A If cursor is in current line being edited from first typed char to last type char and line is not empty, and any selection cursor is also within the line being edited Selects all text after the prompt phase 1 ; or else Selects the entire buffer phase 2.
Function Command Windows Key V Iqoption ltd clipboard history menu CTRL V Paste text into the command line SHIFT INS Paste text into the command line CTRL C Copy selected text to the clipboard CTRL INS Copy selected text to the clipboard Function Command CTRL M Enter Mark Mode to move cursor within window ALT In conjunction with one of the selection key combinations, begins selection in block mode ARROW KEYS Move cursor in the direction specified PAGE KEYS Move cursor by one page in the direction specified CTRL HOME Move cursor to beginning of buffer CTRL END Move cursor to end of buffer.
History navigation keys. Additional commands. Function Command CTRL UP ARROW Moves up one line in the output history CTRL DOWN ARROW Moves down one line in the output history CTRL PAGE UP Moves up one page in the output history CTRL PAGE DOWN Moves down one page in the output history. Keyboard Run Commands. Function Command CTRL F Opens Find in console dialog ALT F4 Close the console window, of course. Use the following to access locations such as Control Panel items, File Explorer shell folders quickly using the run command.
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msc Set Program Access and Computer Defaults computerdefaults Share Creation Wizard shrpubw Shared Folders fsmgmt. msc Signout logoff Snipping Tool snippingtool Sound mmsys. cpl Sound recorder soundrecorder SQL Server Client Network Utility cliconfg Sticky Notes stikynot Stored User Names and Passwords credwiz Sync Center mobsync System Configuration msconfig System Configuration Editor sysedit System Information msinfo32 System Properties sysdm.
cpl System Properties Advanced Tab systempropertiesadvanced System Properties Computer Name Tab systempropertiescomputername System Properties Hardware Tab systempropertieshardware System Properties Remote Tab systempropertiesremote System Properties System Protection Tab systempropertiesprotection System Restore rstrui Task Manager taskmgr Task Scheduler taskschd. msc Turn Windows features on or off optionalfeatures User Account Control Settings useraccountcontrolsettings Utility Manager utilman Volume Mixer sndvol Windows Action Center wscui.
msc Trusted Platform Module TPM Management tpm. cpl Windows Activation Client slui Windows Anytime Upgrade Results windowsanytimeupgraderesults Windows Disc Image Burning Tool isoburn Windows Explorer explorer Windows Fax and Scan wfs Windows Firewall firewall. cpl Windows Firewall with Advanced Security wf. msc Windows Journal journal Windows Media Player wmplayer Windows Memory Diagnostic Scheduler mdsched Windows Mobility Center mblctr Windows Picture Acquisition Wizard wiaacmgr Windows PowerShell powershell Windows PowerShell ISE powershell_ise Windows Remote Assistance msra Windows Repair Disc recdisc Windows Script Host wscript Windows Update wuapp Windows Update Standalone Installer wusa Versione Windows winver WMI Management wmimgmt.
msc WordPad write XPS Viewer xpsrchvw. The following table provides how you can find and access them. The name and terminology used for certain commands and functions have been revised in Windows 10, along with their locations. Original Name New Name, Location, and Functions Windows Explorer File Explorer Press Windows key E to launch Favorites Navigation Pane Windows Explorer Quick Access Folder options Options Files Explorer View tab Options Recent Items Located in File Explorer This PC Recent Files Computer or My Computer This PC Control Panel Settings classic Control Panel can still be accessed Windows key X then click Control Panel View Available Networks Network Flyout Notification or Show Available Networks Settings Network Internet Wi-Fi Additional settings Action Center.
There s a lot here to remember, so make sure to bookmark this page so you can keep coming back to refresh your memory or learn new shortcuts you haven t used before. Located in the System Tray; Manage incoming email, system, social media notifications Start menu Start Task View. Create and Manage multiple desktops Aero Snap Snap Assist easily manage open windows on screen All Programs All Apps Shutdown Turn off computer Power Switch Users Located at the top of the Start represented by your account name.
Are you a Keyboard Kung Fu practitioner. Wow, what an extensive list. What are your favorite key combos that you use. Leave a comment below so we can update our list. Thank you for ferreting out all these keyboard shortcuts. All that and not a note on how to print, change size of the page etc. thank you for listing the shortcut keywords thanks alot.
This listing of run commands is incorrect. Please review your article for accuracy. Many commands, such as Windows Update wuapp have been replaced with ms-settings commandWindows Update being ms-settings windowsupdate.
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