Wednesday, 18 January 2012

Top 40 best Windows 7 keyboard shortcuts


Keyboard shortcuts have been a part of Windows for ages, but not before Windows 7 has there been a shortcut for just about anything and everything you want to do on the computer. We’ve gathered up what we feel the Top 40 Windows 7 keyboard shortcuts are for you in the hopes of easing your life just a little bit, and virtually never having to touch your mouse ever again.
Of course, all of this depends on your ability to remember all of these.

General Keyboard Shortcuts


Alt + Enter: Display properties for the selected item.
Alt + Esc: Cycle through items in the order of which they were opened.
Alt + F4: Close the active item or exit the active program.
Alt + spacebar: Open the shortcut menu for the active window.
Alt + Tab: Shift between open programs.
Ctrl + A: Select all the items in a document or window.
Ctrl + C: Copy the selected item.
Ctrl + V: Paste the selected item.
Ctrl + X: Cut the selected item.
Ctrl + Y: Redo an action.
Ctrl + Z: Undo last action.
Ctrl + Shift + arrow key: Select a block of text.
Ctrl + Shift + N: Create a new folder anywhere on your computer where folders can be created.
Ctrl + Shift + Esc: Open Task Manager.
F1: Display help.
F2: Rename the selected item.
F5: Refresh the active window.
F6: Cycle through elements in a window or on the Desktop.
F10: Activate the menu bar in the current program.
Shift + Del: Delete an item without sending it to the Recycle Bin.
Shift + F10: Display the shortcut menu for the selected item.

Windows Key Keyboard Shortcuts

All of the following shortcuts involve using the Windows logo key which looks like this .
: Open or close the Start menu.
 + B: Change from the Desktop to the System Tray, and then you can use the arrow keys to cycle through the items there.
 + E: Launch Windows Explorer/Computer.
 + F: Launch file and folder finder.
 + G: Cycle through gadgets.
 + M: Minimize all Windows for quick access to the desktop.
 + P: Quickly connect your computer to a projector or some other form of display.
 + R: Open the Run dialog box.
 + T: Cycle through programs on the Taskbar.
 + U: Open Ease of Access Center.
 + X: Open Windows Mobility Center.
 + down cursor arrow: Minimize the current program.
 + up cursor arrow: Maximize the current program window.
 + Home button: Minimize all windows except the current one.
 + Pause button: Display System Properties dialog box.
 + Shift + M: Restore minimized windows to the Desktop.
 + space bar: Shows you the desktop immediately.
 + Tab: Flip through the programs on the Taskbar using Aero Flip 3-D.
Ctrl +  + B: Switch to the program that had a message appear in the status area.

Monday, 9 January 2012

Shortcuts for Daily Using Operations by using Run Command.

Hai……….

I will give some shortcut operations to perform in daily actions on windows operating system...

Note: Don’t perform any other operations except the my concept.

And  Do it……….

Its so simple and thrilling……

We are using windows then try these shortcuts and save your time by opening  long paths in Windows.
First of all open “Run” dialog box.

By using “ windows ”key + r     or go to start à select  “Run”.

Type as follows:
 
1)      msconfig                                      -->This is useful to open “System Configuration  utility” dialog box.

2)       winver                                          --> shows the version of windows currently installed on the system.

3)      cmd                                              -->opens a command prompt window.

4)      eventvwr.msc                              -->Event Viewer, Displays monitoring and troubleshooting messages from windows and other programs.

5)      inetcpl.cpl                                    -->Internet Explorer Settings.

6)      ipconfig                                        -->Internet Protocol Configuration dialogue box.

7)      appwiz.cpl                                    -->Add or Remove programs and windows components.

8)      regedit                                         -->Make changes to the windows registry.

9)      wscui.cpl                                      -->Configure Automatic Updates, Windows Firewall, and Internet Properties settings.

10   msinfo32                                       -->View advanced information about hardware and software settings.

11   sysdm.cpl                                     -->System Properties, View basic information about your computer’s system settings.

12   rstrui                                            -->Restore computer to a previous state.