5 Shortcuts For Windows & Mac Keyboard That You Need to Know
Many of those who use computers regularly may know that. Some computer tasks can done faster by pressing the keyboard instead of the mouse.
This simple method is call keyboard shortcut. Here are 10 keyboard shortcuts that can make everyday computer experience easier.
1. Quick software changes
If you are working on multiple software at the same time, it may be annoying to repeatedly give instructions with the mouse. So you can easily switch from one software to another by pressing ALT and TAB buttons together.
This feature is available on Mac OS by pressing the COMMAND and TAB buttons.
2. To Lock The Computer
It is better to lock the computer if you want to go somewhere in the space of any personal or confidential work on the computer. No, I’m not asking for a real lock. If you want to quickly activate the virtual lock on the computer, it will be done by pressing the “Windows logo/start and L button” together.
In the latest version of Mac OS, pressing the COMMAND, “CTRL and L” buttons together will lock the computer.
3. If you want to close the software
If you are working on more than one software at the same time, you can easily close one software by pressing the “ALT + F4” buttons simultaneously.
In the latest version of Mac OS, pressing the Command-Q button together will lock the computer.
4. If You Want To Open a Computer File
If you want to open a computer file, if you click on the Windows + E button, your file will be open in the app you are in the computer.
In the latest version of Mac OS, pressing the Command + N button together will open your file.
5. If You Want To Print
If you want to print a computer file, click on the Ctrl + P button and you will get the file print option that you have in the computer.
In the latest version of Mac OS, pressing the Command + P button together will bring up your print options.
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Greetings! Very helpful advice in this particular post! It is the little changes that make the most significant changes. Thanks for sharing!