Shortcuts for Windows. Continued ...

        After reading the article Frodo Frodo - Shortcuts in windows , I decided to supplement it with other keyboard shortcuts and not only hot ones. I give the complete list of that was in the previous topic with its additions.

        The following keys may seem to some to be too banal and simple, but, believe me, everyone can find something new for himself. So:

    1.     F1 - call the help of the current application;
    3.     F2 - rename the selected object;
    4.     F3 - call the search dialog in the current folder;
    5.     F4 - expand the drop-down list of the address menu in Explorer or in Internet Explorer;
    6.    Alt + F4 - close the current application;
    7.     Ctrl + F4 - close the document window in the MDI application (that is, the application that opens several documents at once in one window);
    8.     F5 - update the contents of a window or desktop;
    9.     F6 or Tab - transition between Explorer panels;
    10.     Ctrl + F6 - go to the next program window;
    11.     F10 or Alt - go to the Explorer menu (File, Edit ...);
    12.     Shift + F10 - call the context menu of the selected object;
    13.     Ctrl + A - select all objects;
    14.     Ctrl + B- call the window "Organize Favorites";
    15.     Ctrl + C - copy selected objects to the clipboard;
    16.     Ctrl + G - go to the folder;
    17.     Ctrl + F - call the search bar;
    18.     Ctrl + H - open the "Journal" folder;
    19.     Ctrl + L (Ctrl + O) - open the address input dialog in Internet Explorer;
    20.     Ctrl + N - open a new application window;
    21.     Ctrl + P - call the "Print" window;
    22.     Ctrl + R - update the contents of the active window;
    23.     Ctrl + S - save the document;
    24.    Ctrl + V - paste objects from the clipboard;
    25.     Ctrl + W - close the window of the active application;
    26.     Ctrl + X - cut selected objects to the clipboard;
    27.     Ctrl + Z (Ctrl + U) - cancel the last operation;
    28.     Del - delete selected objects to the Trash;
    29.     Shift + Del - delete selected objects without using the Recycle Bin;
    30.     Shift + [drag an object] - move an object;
    31.     Ctrl + [drag and drop an object] - copy an object;
    32.     Shift + Ctrl + [drag and drop an object] - create a shortcut to the object;
    33.     Backspace - go up one level (to the parent folder) through the folder tree in Explorer (cursor keys - sequential navigation through folders);
    34.     Tab - in the dialog box switching between the control elements;
    35.     Shift + Tab - in the dialog box, switch between controls in the opposite direction;
    35.     Space - click on the selected button or set / uncheck the selected option;
    36.     Enter - click on the selected button;
    37.     Shift + Enter - call a separate Explorer window for the selected folder;
    38.     Esc- click on the Cancel button, “Stop” in the browser;
    39.     Alt + [left arrow] - navigation "Back" in the browser;
    40.     Alt + [right arrow] - navigation "Forward" in the browser;
    41.     Alt + [down arrow] - open the drop-down list;
    42.     Alt + Space - call the menu of the current window (Close, Move ...);
    43.     Alt + [minus] - open the control menu of the document window in the MDI application;
    44.     Alt + Enter (Alt + [double click the left mouse button] ) - call the dialog Properties ("Properties") of the selected object;
    45.     Alt + Tab - switching between applications with the output of the selection panel;
    46.     Alt + Esc - switching between applications without displaying a panel;
    47.     Alt + Shift + Tab - switch between applications in the reverse order;
    48.     Alt + [underlined letter in the application menu] - execute the corresponding application menu command;
    49.     Ctrl + Tab - switch document windows in an MDI application, open the next dialog tab;
    50.     Ctrl + Shift + Tab - open the previous dialog tab;
    51.     Ctrl + Esc - expand the Start menu;
    52.     Ctrl + Alt + Del - call the application manager (double-clicking - hot restart of the PC);
    53.    PrintScreen - copy the contents of the desktop to the clipboard as a schedule;
    54.     Alt + PrintScreen - copy the contents of the active window to the clipboard as a graphic.

        The following combinations can be used on keyboards equipped with a special “Windows” key:

    55.     Win - call the “Start” menu;
    56.     Win + D - minimize / expand all open windows, including dialog boxes;
    57.     Win + R - call the dialog "Run" (Run);
    58.     Win + M - minimize (minimize) all windows except dialog
    59.     Shift + Win + M - expand all windows;
    60.     Win + F1- call Windows Help;
    61.     Win + E - call Explorer;
    62.     Win + F - call the menu for searching files and folders;
    63.     Ctrl + Win + F - call the computer search menu;
    64.     Win + Tab - switching between the buttons on the taskbar (after which you can, for example, call the context menu or press Enter to switch to the application);
    Upd:     Win + B - switch between the tray icons, after which you can switch between them using the arrows.
    65.     Win + Break (Win + Pause) - call the dialog "System" (System Properties).
        When working in Explorer, you can use the keys of the digital part of the keyboard:

    66.     * (asterisk) - expand all folders nested in the current one;
    67.     + (plus) - expand the selected folder;
    68.     - (minus) - collapse the selected folder;
    69.     right arrow (→) - open the current folder, if it is minimized, or go to the next folder in the directory tree;
    70.     left arrow (←) - collapse the current folder, if it is expanded, or go to the parent folder of the directory tree. Upd: When working with text, you can use the following combinations: 71.     ctrl + insert - copy text to the clipboard 72.     shift + insert

    - paste the previously copied text from the clipboard
    73.     shift-del - cut the text to the clipboard
    74.     ctrl + arrows - shuffle through the word
    75.     ctrl + backspace - delete the word on the left
    76.     alt + backspace - analog ctrl + z (cancel the previous action)
    77.     ctrl + end - go to the end of the text
    78.     ctrl + home - go to the beginning of the text

        In addition, it is useful to know that the combination of the Shift + [right-click] button opens the context menu of the selected object, which may contain additional items hidden during a normal call, and holding down the Shift button during Windows startup allows you to disable the downloading of programs from the “ Startup ". If you keep Shift pressed while installing a CD or flash drive, the autostart function will be temporarily disabled.

    Upd: As new hotkeys appear in the comments, I will add them to the topic with the corresponding mark, and add a plus to the authors of the add-on :)

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