The whole purpose behind writing this article is to make users aware of how Microsoft has transformed their latest Windows 10 operating system into a wonderfully crafted and convenient OS; especially after redesigning it.
To my surprise, a handful of keyboard shortcuts has been integrated to make our lives easier, about which I came to find out from one of my friends, who is also a programmer.
There are no other convenient ways of using any operating system apart from using its keyboard shortcuts. When all else fail- without a mouse or a defected touch sensor in the screen of your monitor, using the keyboard shortcuts is the only way to show off in front of your friends or colleagues.
Let’s find out in details about these Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts below
Tap the Windows button
By tapping the Windows key, you will open the Start menu where there are icons of most frequently used apps including Microsoft Office, power, and settings.
Windows + X
Pressing these two keys subsequently opens a text version of the Sart Menu located in the lower left corner of the screen.
Windows + Tab
You want to find out all the apps that are running, yet you do not want to use them? Tap these two buttons by holding the first and pressing the latter will reveal the Task View on your screen where you will find out all the apps that are functioning.
Windows + C
Seeking for a virtual assistant? Pressing these two buttons one after another will initiate Cortana to whom you simply need to speak for carrying out the tasks you want to complete.
Windows + D
This shortcut is awfully handy when your co-worker decides to sneak up on you and try to take a closer look over your shoulder while your mind is completely preoccupied with work. Pressing these two buttons simultaneously will directly reveal you the desktop screen.
Windows + Down arrow
For instantly minimizing a window or an app, these two keys must be pressed together.
Windows + Shift + Left/Right arrow
If you’re operating with two monitors, pressing these buttons will shift a window or an app from one monitor to another; obviously, they must be connected.
These are our most frequently used Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts and if you think I have missed any, feel free to add them under our comments section as TTN would love to hear from you.