Do you use shortcut key while surfing internet

@gmkk1986 (473)
India
October 8, 2009 11:20am CST
Shortcut keys makes our work more faster while we work with any application. Example if you work with firefox browser, to open a new tab, immediately we use Ctrl+N to do this. Like this there are many available shortcut keys to make our surfing more faster way. Do you use shortcut keys while surfing internet or in web browsers. Can you share mostly used shortcut keys.
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@proxima14 (196)
• Philippines
8 Oct 09
I definitely do. Its easier for me like Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V. I think that's the most common. I'm not much of a fan of mouse and I'd rather use Tab to go to the next field if I'm filling up a form of my information or Page Up and Down if I want to read some more or go back...
@gmkk1986 (473)
• India
8 Oct 09
Thats really cool. Its some times hard to all of us to remember all shortcut keys until we practiced will with them. As such times we must depend on mouse only.
• Philippines
8 Oct 09
I agree. It takes time and practice but being an internet junkie, I got used to it.
@Wordlinx (507)
• India
8 Oct 09
I will use the shortcut keys only for the few ,repeated operations like copy, past, delete or shutdown the system etc., Also I don't know much short cut combination.As I am using the mouse with my laptop, I feel this itself is convenient to me for my operation. But some of my friends are doing everything with the shortcut keys in a fast manner so that we can not understand anything from them. It may require much practice for that. For my operations, the shortcuts I am using is enough I think and I don't like to confuse with the keys.
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@gmkk1986 (473)
• India
9 Oct 09
Yes, Some time we get confused while we are working with different types of applications. Its common thing happens to every one. But once we get practiced regularly with that application, we never face this kind of problem again and again. Its really hard some times to keep remembering of all shortcut keys.