This little list may be helpful to some Windows users. It is a detailed listing of windows keyboard shortcuts that most people don't use because they simply don't know about them. I'm not using many as well except maybe Ctrl+C to copy, Ctrl+V to paste the copied content and Alt+F4 to close a window. Shortcuts are a great way to work faster. The list is not complete but contains about 40 shortcuts.
Here is a list of the most important Windows keyboard shortcuts:
The guide lists additional keyboard shortcuts that you may find useful, and I suggest you check it out. You can also take a look at our Windows 8 keyboard shortcut list, or the ten keyboard shortcuts that I can't live without for further inspiration.Advertisement
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