Now the time comes for having some fun on your computer using keyboard shortcut keys. Keyboard shortcuts are the essence of PC productivity. Of course, every PC user knows a few handy shortcuts. Apart from making you work more efficiently and faster, you can also impress your friends or colleagues by being able to work without a mouse.
Ctrl+W: If you want to close a tab in browsers, then press this key. This key works in programs too.
Ctrl+Shift+T: If you accidentally delete a tab in browser, then press this key to undo a closed tab (Cmd+Z for Mac)
Ctrl+PageUp/PageDown: Navigate through opened Tabs.
File and Folder:
Shift + CTRL + N: In Windows 7 it is easier to create new folders in Windows Explorer. Just hit Shift + Ctrl + N in any folder and you will see a folder with the name ‘New folder’ is created for you.
F2 : Quickly rename a file of folder by clicking F2 key when it is selected.
F3: It will open explorer and select the search bar. If you already opens an explorer window then it will open the search dialog to search within that.
Alt+F4 : Closes any program.
Ctrl+W: Used this key to close the currently running window or tab.
Windows + [+] OR Windows + [-] : Activates Windows Magnifier to zoom in or out of screen.
Windows + Esc :Exit magnifier views.
Amazing Windows key:
Windows + M : Instantly minimize all current windows to the Taskbar. It’s a great way to to hide what you’re working on from unexpected interlopers. When you want all the windows back again, press Windows + Shift + M and every currently running window will pop open again.
Windows + Home : Minimizes all programs except current the window.
Windows + L : Locks the PC instantly.
Windows + Tab : This is known as Aero Flip 3D. With this key you can quickly preview all of your open windows without clicking the taskbar. It displays your open windows in a stack.
Windows + Pause : Just press these keys to quickly open Systems Properties dialog box.
Windows + T : will cycle through taskbar programs. This is similar to just hovering over the item with your mouse but you can launch the program with Space or Enter.
Windows + Up/Down : maximizes and restores down the current window so long as that window has the option to be maximized. It is exactly the same as clicking on the middle button on your windows.