Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts

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For those of you who’ve been wanting to know the list of keyboard shortcuts in Windows 10, right here it’s. I have tested these shortcuts, together with accessing Cortana, moving from virtual desktop to another desktop, opening settings and file explorer, and much more. Here are the most important Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts.

Important Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts to use

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Windows Key+K – Opens the Connect quick action
Windows Key+I – Opens Settings
Windows Key+E – Opens File Explorer
Windows Key+H – Opens the Share charm
Windows Key+T – Lets users navigate through apps on the task bar
Ctrl+Shift+Esc – Launch Task Manager


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Windows Key+A – Opens Action center
Windows Key+V – Lets users navigate through notifications
Windows Key+Shift+V – Lets users navigate through notifications in reverse order
Windows Key+B – Lets users set focus in the notification area


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Windows Key‌+S – Opens search
Windows Key‌+C – Opens Cortana in listening mode


[su_spoiler title=”To use Microsoft Edge” style=”fancy” icon=”plus-circle”]Ctrl+D – Adds current site to favourites or reading list
Ctrl+J – Launches downloads pane
Ctrl+I – Opens favourites pane
Ctrl+H – Opens history pane
Alt+C – Launches Cortana
Ctrl+Shift+R – Enables users to enter reading view
F12 – Launches F12 Developer Tools
F7 – Switches caret browsing on for current tab
Ctrl+K – Opens duplicate tab
Ctrl+Shift+P – Opens new InPrivate Browsing window


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Windows Key+Ctrl+D – Adds a virtual desktop
Windows Key+Ctrl+Right arrow – Lets users switch between virtual desktops created on the right
Windows Key+Ctrl+Left arrow – Lets users switch between virtual desktops created on the left
Windows Key+Ctrl+F4 – Closes current virtual desktop
Windows Key+Tab – Opens Task view


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Windows Key+G – Opens Game bar upon launching a game
Windows Key+Alt+G – Records the last 30 seconds
Windows Key+Alt+R – Begins recording

Windows Key+Alt+Print Screen – Captures game screenshots
Windows Key+Alt+T – Displays/hides recording timer.


So this is Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts list.