Windows Shortcuts


by Barbara J. Feldman on May 17, 2005

Windows is chock full of keyboard and mouse shortcuts. Learning just a handful of them will save you time, and perhaps even reduce your risk for a repetitive stress injury. My favorites are Cntrl-A (select all), Winkey-D (minimize all open windows) and Alt-F4 (close current application.) Learn more at Computer Hope.


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