Microsoft's products is used by many people. Most commonly used software of Microsoft is Windows. It is an OS which is used to run your computer hardware. Many personal computer users use Microsoft's OS Windows.Microsoft releases it's new Windows for it's users every now and then. It's latest release is Windows 10. So today we have come up with some shortcut keys which can be used in windows to make your life easy.

Many people prefer to work with mouse. But they don't know that they can save much more time in doing a task with shortcut keys instead of using mouse. So without wasting anytime just learn these easy to remember key combinations to make your life easy.

Windows + A: Opens the Action Center.
Windows + B: Highlights the notification area.
Windows + C: Launches Cortana in listening mode so that it can accept voice input right away.
Windows + D: Toggles Show Desktop and the previous state.
Windows + E: Launches File Explorer with the Quick Access tab focused.

Windows + H: Opens the Share charm on the right side of the screen.
Windows + I:  Opens the Settings app.
Windows + K: Opens the Connect pane to connect to wireless displays and audio devices.
Windows + L: Will lock your device and display the Lock screen.


Windows + M: Minimizes all open windows.
Windows + O: Will lock the device’s orientation.
Windows + P: Opens the Project pane to search and connect to external displays and projectors.

Windows + Q: Opens Search Bar.
Windows + R: Will Open the run dialog box.
Windows + S: Launches Cortana in typing mode which means that users can start typing queries right away.

Windows + T: Cycles through the apps on the Taskbar.
Windows + U: Launches the Ease of Access Center.
Windows + V: Cycles through all notifications.
Windows + X: Opens the advanced menu in the lower-left corner of the screen .
Windows + Z: Opens the app-specific command bar.

Windows 10 Shortcut Keys That Will Make Your Life Easy

Windows + Enter: Launches the Narrator.
Windows + Spacebar: Switches between supported input languages and keyboard layouts.
Windows + Tab: Opens the Task View.

Windows + ,: To peek at the desktop
Windows + +: Zoom in.
Windows + -: Zoom out.(works only if zoomed in)

Windows + Escape: To close the Magnifier.
Windows + Left Arrow: To dock the active window to the left half of the monitor it is displayed in.
Windows + Right Arrow: To dock the active window to the right half of the monitor it is displayed in.

Windows + Down Arrow: Minimizes the active window or restores it.
Windows + Up Arrow: Maximizes the active window.
Windows + Shift+ Left Arrow: Moves the active window to the monitor on the left.


Windows + Shift+ Right Arrow: Moves the active window to the monitor on the right.
Windows + Shift+ Down Arrow: Minimizes or restores the active window vertically while maintaining the current width.

Windows + Shift+ Up Arrow: Maximizes the active window vertically while maintaining the current width.
Windows + Home: Minimizes or restores all inactive windows.

Windows + Print Screen: Takes a picture of the full screen and stores it to Pictures => Screenshots folder.
Windows + Ctrl + Left Arrow: Switches to the previous virtual desktop.

Windows + Ctrl + Right Arrow: Switches to the next virtual desktop.
Windows + Ctrl + C: Cortana starts listening.

Windows + Ctrl + D: Creates a new virtual desktop.
Windows + Ctrl + F4: Closes the current virtual desktop.
Windows + ?: Launches the Windows Feedback app.

Windows button is located at the bottom left of the keyboard most of the times with windows logo on it.So you can use it to use these combinational keys. Many of these shortcuts were introduced in Windows 8.1 but they are redefined in Windows 10.So use them and if you know any other then don't hesitate to share it with us.

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