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Windows shortucts you need to know

  1. Ctrl+C (or Ctrl+Insert), Ctrl+X, and Ctrl+V (or Shift+Insert): Among the most basic keyboard shortcuts for Windows users, these standbys will copy, cut, or paste the selected item.
  2. Alt+Tab: This command will switch between open apps.
  3. Alt+F4: This shortcut will close the active item or exit the active app.
  4. Windows logo key Windows logo key +L: This command will lock your PC or switch accounts.
  5. Windows logo key Windows logo key +D: This shortcut will display or hide the desktop.
  6. Windows logo key‌ Windows logo key+start typing: This command enables you to search your PC. (Make sure you let off the Windows key before typing.)
  7. Ctrl+plus (+) or Ctrl+minus (-): These keyboard shortcuts enable you to zoom in and out of a large number of items, like apps pinned to the Start screen. (An alternative is pressing Ctrl and using the scroll wheel.)
  8. Windows logo key‌ Windows logo key+C: This command opens the Charms, or if you’re in an app, it opens the commands for that app.
  9. Windows logo key‌ Windows logo key+Z: This keyboard shortcut shows the commands that are available within an app.
  10. Windows logo key‌ Windows logo key+Tab: This command enables you to cycle through recently used apps, while Windows logo key‌ Windows logo key+Shift+Tab enables you to cycle through recently used apps in reverse order.
  11. Esc: Tapping the escape key enables you to stop or exit the current task.
  12. F1, F2, F3, F4, F5, F6: These keys open Display Help, rename a selected item, search for a file or folder, display the address bar list in File Explorer, refresh the active window, or cycle through the screen elements in a window or on the desktop.
  13. F10: This key will activate the Menu bar in the active app.
  14. Alt+F4: This command will close the active item or exit the active app.
  15. Alt+Spacebar: This command will open the shortcut menu for the active window.

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