Which windows shortcut do you use most number of times ?

India
July 1, 2009 1:36pm CST
As we continue using windows, it becomes compulsory to use short cut keys to save a lot of time. I think most of the times I use Windows+D or Windows+M to minimize all the windows to access any file on the desktop. The second shortcut is Windows+L to lock my system. Please share what is the shortcut you use most and is there any special shortcut you want share.
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@prajnith (942)
• India
1 Jul 09
i mainly use ctrl+c/ctrl+v/ctrl+x for copy/paste/cut ctrl+d for minimize and maximize alt+tab for switching between windows/programs ctrl+f for searching ctrl+t for creating opening new tab in internet explorer and firefox WIN key then U then again U for shutdown ;All keys are pressed separately.. WIN key then U then R for reboot ;All keys are pressed separately.. WIN key then U then S for standby ;All keys are pressed separately.. WIN key then U then H for hibernate ;All keys are pressed separately.. Above Shutdown shortcut works only in win 98,2000,Me and XP
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@prajnith (942)
• India
2 Jul 09
Thank You for the B.R
@maezee (32549)
• United States
1 Jul 09
Wow, those are super cool shortcuts! I didn't even know you could do that. I'm definitely going to use those in the future. I usually use my CTRL keys a lot, for example: CTRL + A is to select all, CTRL + P is to print, CTRL + X/C/V is cut/copy/paste. It's just a lot quicker than going to "file" or "edit" and dealing with those annoying drop-down menus. lol.
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• India
1 Jul 09
well, i echo with you on this regard as Win D is the most frequently used shortcut for me too. there were days earlier when ctrl c and ctrl v were used more often, but i do not do a lot of documentation these days. so it is Win D
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• India
3 Jul 09
the most key shortcuts that i use are ctrl x, ctrl c, ctrl v and alt + ctrl + del the rest i dont use much.... and i like to clik on desktop icon on taskbar then to do win + D.. anyway...Keep lotting....keep earning.... byee..
@lovedude (4456)
• India
2 Jul 09
I use mostly Windows + M and another is Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V of course windows lock is also good one but I have kept my screen saver on 2 minutes and on resume it asks for password.