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200 shortcut keys in the Windows 2020

If you want to work with a computer faster and show yourself more professionally, we have a great trick for you. We're going to introduce you to more than 200 shortcut keys in the Windows XP environment that you can use to fully simulate what you can do with the mouse with the keyboard. Esc
General Keys Cancel Ongoing Operations. F1 Help. F2 normally changes the name of the selected item (s). Save current files in older programs (usually under DOS). F3 Search. F4 Open the drop-down list of address bar. F5 update or upgrade. Like the Tab key, the F6 rotates between the various components of the current window. F10

Jump to the main menus of a window like File, Edit, View and so on.
The F11 fills the current window.
In Windows, PrtScr takes a photo of the entire screen and places it in the clipboard's memory, which can be pasteurized in a photo editing program such as MS Paint.
Tab rotates between components of the current window. In Internet Explorer browser mode,
Space scrolls down the current page and acts like Page Down.
In normal mode, Backspace is one step higher in Windows (Up) and Back Explorer in Internet Explorer.
Home Go to the first line in text editing mode and go to the first page in review mode.
End Go to the end of the line in text editing mode and go to the bottom of the page in review mode.
Page Up goes up page by page, both on the Internet and in Windows, and usually everywhere.
Page Down goes down page by page, both on the Internet and in Windows, and usually everywhere.

Ctrl + Q     key combinations are output in some applications.
Ctrl + W     closes the current open file in most applications that open multiple files together, such as MS Office, Adobe Photoshop, Internet Explorer, and..
Ctrl + E     Search in the current path.
Ctrl + R     Refresh page equivalent to F5 key and Rebresh.
Ctrl + Y     When we go back to one action (Undo), these keys go one step forward (Redo). Of course, in some applications, this is usually the case with Microsoft Office products.
Ctrl + I     Open the favorites section.
Ctrl + O     Opening a new file in most applications is equivalent to File> Open.
Ctrl + P     Print in most applications.
Ctrl + A     Selects all items.
Ctrl + S    In most applications, save the current file.
Ctrl + D     on the Internet Explorer adds the current opened page to favorites (equivalent to Favorites> Add To Favorites) and in Windows it clears the selected item (s).
Ctrl + F     Search.
Ctrl + H     Is equivalent to History (although in Notepad editor it is equivalent to Find / Replace).
Ctrl + L     on the Internet Explorer is equivalent to File> Open.
Ctrl + Z     goes back to the last operation.
Ctrl + X     Transfer (cut) the desired item to the clipboard memory.
Ctrl + C     Copy the desired item to the clipboard memory.
Ctrl + V     Calling the desired item from the clipboard memory.
Ctrl + B     opens the Organize Favorites window.
Ctrl + N     opens a new window on Internet Explorer (almost all browsers).
Ctrl + F1    opens the program guide in most different programs.
Ctrl + F4     Open the Address Bar drop-down list in Internet Explorer.
Ctrl + F10     Open the menus at the top of the application window.
Ctrl + Backspace does the same thing when editing text, except that it erases word for word instead of character.
Ctrl + 5     is equivalent to Select All in most text editors.
Ctrl + Home     transfers the cursor to the first page when editing.
Ctrl + End     transfers the cursor to the bottom of the page when editing.
Ctrl + Insert     Copy the selected item (s) to the clipboard memory.

Alt + A     key combinations open the favorites menu and place Add To Favorites in the browser.
Alt + D     Moves the cursor to the address bar.
Alt + F4     Close the current window.
Alt + Space Bar is equivalent to right-clicking on the current window title bar.
Alt + Esc     navigates between open windows.
Alt + Tab     rotates between open windows. In some editors,
Alt + Backspace    works like Undo (usually older, DOS editors).
Alt + Home     jumps to the home screen in Internet Explorer.
Alt + Right Arrow is equivalent to Forward in the Windows browser.
Alt + Left Arrow is equivalent to Back in Windows browser.
Alt + Number    The Alt key combination, along with hitting a number on the right side of the keyboard, displays a character equivalent to the sketch code of the entered number. For example, if we hold down Alt and enter 789, this character will be displayed after releasing the Alt key: §.
Alt + Enter     displays the selected items (Properties).
Alt + PrtScr     takes a photo of the current window and transfers it to the clipboard memory.

Shift + F10     key combinations equivalent to right-click.
Shift + Del     Selects the complete erasure of the selected item (s) without the transfer to the recycle bin.
Shift + Tab     Inverts what Tab does.
Shift + Insert     Call information from clipboard memory.

Win key combinations Open the Start menu in Windows.
Win + E     Open My Computer when displaying folders.
Win + R     Open the Windows Run window.
Win + U     Open the Windows Utility Manager window.
Win + D     Display display equivalent to Show Desktop in Windows.
Win + F     Search.
Win + Ctrl + F    Search for a computer on the network.
Win + L     Lock computer or go to Swich User mode in Windows.
Win + M     minimizes all open windows.
Win + Shift + M    recovers all Minimized windows.
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