Are you looking to speed up workflow and impress your colleagues at the same time? The trick is to use keyboard shortcuts.
Keyboard shortcuts greatly enhance your productivity and save you a whole lot of time. Instead of pointing and clicking with a touch pad or external mouse, you can utilize programmed key combinations to perform the most usual tasks more efficiently.
With a little memory work and the right tools, you can boost your productivity and reduce painful strain on muscles, joints, and nerves with these shortcuts.
Here are a few useful shortcuts that will have you running circles around your mouse-dependent colleagues.
|Ctrl + A||Cmd + A||Select the entire page|
|Ctrl + C||Cmd + C||Copy selected information|
|Ctrl + X||Cmd + X||Cut selected information|
|Ctrl + V||Cmd + V||Paste copied information|
|Ctrl + O||Cmd + O||Open a file|
|Ctrl + S||Cmd + S||Save a file|
|Ctrl + Z||Cmd + Z||Undo the last operation|
|Ctrl + Y||Shift + Cmd + Z||Redo the last operation|
|Ctrl + F||Cmd + F||Find text in the current document/page|
|Ctrl + Shift + Esc||Alt + Cmd + Esc||Task Manager|
|Alt + Tab||Cmd + Tab||Application Switcher|
|Win + R||Cmd + Space||Run an application|
|Win + Down arrow||Cmd + M||Minimize the current window|
|Win + M||Alt + Cmd + M||Minimize all windows|
|F10||Shift + Cmd + /||Jump to the application's menubar|
|PrtSc||Shift + Cmd + 3||Take a screenshot
|Ctrl + T||Cmd + T||Open a new browser tab|
|Ctrl + W||Cmd + W||Close the current browser tab|
|Ctrl + Shift + T||Shift + Cmd + T||Open a previously closed tab|
|Ctrl + L||Cmd + L||Focus and select web browser's address bar|