Wednesday, 24 February 2016

Windows 8 shortcut keys

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Window 8 Shortcut Keys
You’ve probably already been using hotkeys in Windows 7 and previous versions, so now that Windows 8 is out, all you need to learn are the new shortcut keys. Here are the important new keys in a short list that you can easily learn.

New Windows 8 Shortcut Keys
There might be a couple of new keys that aren’t included in this list, but as far as we know, these are the most important ones.
Windows key – brings up the Metro start screen. You can start typing to search for an app, just like the Win7 start menu.
Win + D – brings up the old Windows desktop.
Win + C – brings up the Charms menu, where you can search, share, and change settings.
Win + I – opens the Settings panel, where you can change settings for the current app, change volume, wireless networks, shut down, or adjust the brightness.
Win + Z – opens the App Bar for the current Metro application.
Win + H – opens the Metro Share panel.
Win + R – brings up the Windows Run menu
Win + E – brings up Windows Explorer
Win + Q – brings up the Metro App Search screen.
Win + W – brings up the Metro Settings search screen.
Win + F – brings up the Metro File search screen.
Win + K – opens the Devices panel (for connecting to a projector or some other device)
Win + ,  (comma) – Aero Peek at the desktop.
Win + .  (period) – Snaps the current Metro application to one side of the screen. (Right side)
Win + Shift + . (period)  – Snaps the current Metro application to the other side of the screen. (Left side)
Win + J – switches focus between snapped Metro applications.
Win + Page Up / Down – moves the current app to the other monitor.
Win + Tab – opens the Metro application switcher menu, switches between applications.
Win + X - lunch kind of start menu
Win + Space - Change language

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