Windows 7 Short-cut Keys


Windows 7 Shortcut Tabs:

Switch between open windows

Alt + Tab

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Minimize/restore all but the active window

Windows key + Home

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Minimize all windows

Windows key + M

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Maximize window

Windows key + up-arrow

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Minimize/restore window

Windows key + down-arrow

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Make all windows transparent so you can see the desktop

Windows key + spacebar

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Dock window to left or right half of screen

Windows key + left- or right-arrow

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Zoom in/out
(In the default view, you must zoom in before zooming out.)

Windows key + plus/minus sign

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Lock screen

Windows key + L

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Open Run dialog

Windows key + R

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Open Search box

Windows key + F

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Open Windows Explorer to computer

Windows key + E

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Expand Folders view in Win Explorer to show where you are

Control + Shift + E

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Go up a level in Windows Explorer

Alt + up-arrow

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Choose display mode/switch monitors
(Especially useful for presenters or dual-monitor users)

Windows key + P

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Launch apps pinned to the Taskbar
(1 is the left-most app; Windows Key+T cycles through all apps.)

Windows key + (number 1-9)

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Cycle through Gadgets

Windows key + G

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Rotate a picture clockwise
(Or use comma for counterclockwise)

Control + period

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Use Control-click to select the pictures in a folder you need to rotate, then rotate them all at once.

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Turn Sticky Keys on and off

Press Shift five times

This list was found doing a search on Yahoo Search, I take no credit for this information.

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About Eddie O.

Since 1998 I took interest in Computers, learning mostly about Virus removal; and security. Throughout the years I successfully completed A+, & N+ Prep Courses, for Computer Repairs; and Networking. Following the completion of them courses I enrolled into Online College for my Associates in Business Management, and my Bachelor in IT. I am considered a Free Lance Computer Technician, I specialize in Virus Removal, Rebuilding, and recovering Windows Operating Systems.
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