New Keyboard shortcuts in Windows 7.

| Monday, June 22, 2009

A variety of new keyboard shortcuts have been introduced.Some of them you can find in previous version of windows.Here some useful Global keyboard shortcuts:

* Win+Space operates as a keyboard shortcut for Aero Peek.


* Win+Up and Win+Down are new shortcuts for Maximize and Restore/Minimize.


* Win+Shift+Up vertically maximizes the current window


* Win+Left and Win+Right snap the current window to the left or right half of the current display; successive key presses will move the window to other monitors in a multi-monitor configuration.


* Win+Shift+Left and Win+Shift+Right move the current window to the left or right display.


* Win+ + and Win+ − (minus sign) zoom the desktop in and out.


* Win+B - Move focus to notification tray (the right-most portion of the task bar)


* Win+D - Toggle showing the desktop


* Win+E - Run Windows Explorer.


* Win+F - Search window.


* Win+G displays all the Gadgets above other windows.


* Win+L - Lock the computer.


* Win+M - Minimize all open windows


* Win+Shift+M - Undo all window minimization


* Win+P shows an "external display options" selector that gives the user the choice of showing the desktop on only the computer's screen, only the external display, on both at the same time (mirroring), or on both displays with independent desktops (extending).


* Win+U - Open Ease of Access Center.


* Win+R - Open 'Run' command.


* Win+S - OneNote Screen Clipping Tool [requires OneNote]


* Win+T provides keyboard focus to the task bar, then cycles the keyboard focus through taskbar items. Win+1 through Win+0 provide immediate shortcuts to the first ten pinned task bar items (previously this launched items from Quick Launch).


* Win+X - Run Windows Mobility Center.

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