shortcuts Function
+1, +2, etc. Switch to the desktop and launch the next application in the taskbar.
For example, +1 launches whichever application is first in the list, numbered from left to right
+A Open the action center
+B Highlight the notification area
+C Launch Cortana into listening mode.
Users can begin to speak to Cortana immediately
+D Switch between Show Desktop (hides/shows any applications
and other windows) and the previous state
+E Switch to the desktop and launch File Explorer
with the Quick Access tab displayed.
+H Open the Share charm.
+I Open the Settings app.
+K Open the Connect pane to connect to wireless displays
and audio devices.
+L Lock the device and go to the Lock screen.
+M Switch to the desktop and minimize all open windows.
+O Lock device orientation.
+P Open the Project pane to search and connect
to external displays and projectors.
+R Display the Run dialog box.
+S Launch Cortana. Users can begin to type a query immediately.
+T Cycle through the apps on the taskbar.
+U Launch the Ease of Access Center.
+V Cycle through notifications.
+X Open the advanced menu in the lower-left corner of the screen.
+Z Open the app-specific command bar.
+ENTER Launch Narrator.
+SPACEBAR Switch input language and keyboard layout.
+TAB Open Task view.
+, Peek at the desktop.
+Plus Sign Zoom in.
+Minus Sign Zoom out.
+ESCAPE Close Magnifier.
+LEFT ARROW Dock the active window to the left half of the monitor.
+RIGHT ARROW Dock the active window to the right half of the monitor.
+UP ARROW Maximize the active window vertically and horizontally.
+DOWN ARROW Restore or minimize the active window.
+SHIFT
+UP ARROW
Maximize the active window vertically, maintaining the current width.
+SHIFT+
DOWN ARROW
Restore or minimize the active window vertically,
maintaining the current width.
+SHIFT
+LEFT ARROW
With multiple monitors,
move the active window to the monitor on the left.
+SHIFT
+RIGHT ARROW
With multiple monitors,
move the active window to the monitor on the right.
+HOME Minimize all nonactive windows; restore on second keystroke.
+PRNT SCRN Take a picture of the screen and place it
in the Computer/Pictures/Screenshots folder.
+CTRL
+LEFT/RIGHT arrow
Switch to the next or previous virtual desktop.
+CTRL
+D
Create a new virtual desktop.
+CTRL
+F4
Close the current virtual desktop.
+? Launch the Windows Feedback App.

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shortcuts Function
⌘+A Selects all items in the active window (icon view), all items in the column (column view),
or all items in the list (cover flow
view)
⌘+C Copies selected items
⌘+D Duplicates the selected item(s)
⌘+E Ejects the selected volume
⌘+F Displays the Find dialog
⌘+H Hides All Finder windows
⌘+I Shows info for selected item or items
⌘+J Shows the view options for the active window
⌘+K Displays the Connect to Server dialog
⌘+L Creates an alias for the selected item
⌘+M Minimizes the active window
⌘+N Opens a new Finder window.
⌘+O Opens (or launches) the selected item
⌘+R Shows the original for selected alias
⌘+T Adds the selected item to the Sidebar
⌘+V Pastes items from the Clipboard
⌘+W Closes the active window
⌘+X Cuts the selected items
⌘+Z Undoes the last action (if possible)
⌘+, Displays Finder Preferences
⌘+1 Shows the active window in icon mode
⌘+2 Shows the active window in list mode
⌘+3 Shows the active window in column mode
⌘+4 Shows the active window in cover flow mode
⌘+Plus Sign Zoom in.
⌘+[ Moves back to the previous Finder location
⌘+] Moves forward to the next Finder location
⌘+DEL Moves selected items to the Trash
⌘+up-arrow Show enclosing folder
⌘+’ Cycles through windows
⌘+? Displays the Mac OS X Help Viewer
⌘+Shift+A Takes you to your Applications folder
⌘+Shift+C Takes you to the top-level Computer location
⌘+shift+G Takes you to a folder that you specify
⌘+shift+H Takes you to your Home folder
⌘+Shift+I Connects you to your iDisk
⌘+Shift+Q Logs you out
⌘+Shift+N Creates a new untitled folder in the active window
⌘+Shift+U Takes you to your Utilities folder
⌘+Shift+Del Deletes the contents of the Trash
⌘+Option+H Hides all windows except the Finder’s window(s)
⌘+Option+N Creates a new Smart Folder
⌘+Option+T Hides the Finder window toolbar
⌘+Option+Space Opens the Spotlight window
⌘+Space Opens the Spotlight menu
F8 Choose another desktop using Spaces
Control+up-arrow (or F3, depending on your keyboard model) Displays the Mission Control screen
Control+down-arrow (or Control+F3, depending on your keyboard model) Shows all open windows for the current application using Mission Control
F11 (or Command+F3, depending on your keyboard model) Hides all windows to display the Desktop using Mission Control
F12 (or F4, depending on your keyboard model) Displays your Dashboard widgets
Space Quick Look

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