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Windows 8 Shortcuts

I have had the pleasure of installing and running Windows 8 RTM.  I must say this will be a change in the game and the way windows is used.  I am still getting used to jumping between metro applications, and the desktop applications.  One of the annoying things I found however is jumping between the start menu, charms options and the desktop on a laptop that is not touch enabled.  moving the mouse to the right corner is a bit slow and cumbersome.  This caused be to look for some keyboard short cuts.  The one I’ve been looking for is Windows Key (Win) + C.  Happy W8ting!

 

Keyboard shortcuts:

  • F1 from the Desktop or Explorer, or Win + F1
    from anywhere (even the Start screen) – type ‘keyboard’ brings up

Mouse
and keyboard: What’s new in Windows 8 Consumer Preview

Learn about using the mouse
and keyboard shortcuts with new features in Windows 8 Consumer Preview.

  • Win + E - explorer
  • Win + X - start-menu like option (System
    Utility Settings Menu in bottom-left corner)
  • Win + R - Run
  • Win + P - old favorite, multi-monitor
    setup
  • Win + L - other old favorite, lock
    desktop
  • Win + I - settings charm (quick access to
    power down/restart)
  • Win + T - tab between taskbar programs
    and show preview window (like hovering mouse on them)
  • Win + D - show/hide desktop
  • Win + Q/W/F - search Apps/Settings/Files
  • Win + C - opens charm bar and clock
  • Win + K - devices charm
  • Win + H – share charm
  • Win + S – screen clipping with OneNote.
  • Win + M – minimize all windows
  • Win + B – does something (Go back to
    desktop)
  • Win + Tab – Open switch list
  • Win + Z – Access
    Options of Metro Apps (Can also be accessed by right-clicking on an empty
    space)
  • Win + U – Ease of Access center
  • Win + Pause – System Properties
  • Win + Enter – Windows Narrator
  • Win + Shift+ . – Snap Application to Right Side (Toggles between Right
    side, Left side and Full Screen)
  • Win + . – Snap Application to Left Side
  • Win + , – Peek at Desktop (Aero Peek)
  • Win + J – Switches focus between snapped Metro applications
  • Win + Page Up/
    Page Down
    – Switch Primary &
    Secondary Monitors (Dual Display)
  • Ctrl + Mouse
    Scroll
    (In Start Screen) – Tile Zoom
    Toggle
  • Ctrl + Mouse
    Scroll
    (In Desktop) – Change Desktop
    Icon Size
  • Ctrl + Shift+ N – Create New Folder in Current Directory

ALT + F4 – Close metro app