Most Useful Top 10 keyboard Shortcuts

Most Useful Top 10 keyboard ShortcutsJuly 5, 2017

Using keyboard shortcuts can substantially increase your productivity, lessen repetitive stress, and help maintain you focused. For instance, to copy text, you can highlight textual content and press the Ctrl+C shortcut. The shortcut is quicker than moving your hands from the keyboard, highlighting with the mouse, choosing copy from the file menu, and then returning to the keyboard.
Below are the top 10 keyboard shortcuts we recommend everyone memorize and use.

1.Ctrl + C or Ctrl + Insert
Both Ctrl + C and Ctrl + Insert will copy the highlighted text or selected item. If you want to cut instead of copy press Ctrl + X.

2.Ctrl + V or Shift + Insert
Both the Ctrl + V and Shift + Insert will paste the text or object that’s in the clipboard.

3.Ctrl + Z and Ctrl + Y
Pressing Ctrl+Z will undo any change. For example, if you cut text, pressing this key combination will undo the cut. These shortcuts can also be pressed multiple times to undo or redo multiple changes. Pressing Ctrl+Y would redo the undo.
On Apple computers, use Cmd+Z and Cmd+Y to undo and redo.

4.Ctrl + Back space and Ctrl + Left or Right arrow
Pressing Ctrl + Backspace will delete a complete word at a time in preference to a single character.
Holding down the Ctrl key at the same time as pressing the left or right arrow will flow the cursor one word at a time instead of one character at a time. If you wanted to highlight one word at a time, you can hold down Ctrl + Shift after which press the left or right arrowkey to move one word at a time in that route while highlighting each word.

5.Alt + Tab or Ctrl + Tab
Pressing Alt+Tab switches among open programs transferring forward. For example, if you have your browser window open and different programs running inside the background press and hold Alt and then press the tab key to cycle via every open program.
On Apple computers in preference to using the Alt key use the Command (Cmd) key. For Example, Cmd+Tab to replace between open programs.

5.1.Press Ctrl+Tab to switch between tabs in a program. For example, if you have multiple tabs open in your Internet browser, press Ctrl+Tab to switch between them.

5.2.Adding the Shift key to Alt+Tab or Ctrl+Tab moves backward. For example, if you are pressing Alt+Tab and pass the program you want to use, press Alt+Shift+Tab to move back to that program.

5.3.Windows Vista, 7, 8, and 10 users can also press the Windows Key+Tab to switch through open programs in a full screenshot of the window.

6.Ctrl + F
Pressing Ctrl + F opens the Find in any program. This includes your Internet browser to find text on the current page.

7.Ctrl + Home or Ctrl + End
Ctrl+Home will move the cursor to the beginning of the document, and Ctrl+End will move the cursor to the end of a document. These shortcuts work with most documents, as well as web pages.

8.Ctrl + S
While working on a document or other file in almost every program, pressing Ctrl + S saves that file. This shortcut key should be used frequently anytime you’re working on anything important.

9.Ctrl + P
Open a print preview of the current page or document being viewed. For example, press Ctrl + P now to view a print preview of this page.

10.Page Up, Space bar, and Page Down
As you may have guessed, pressing either the page up or page down key will move to the next or previous page. When browsing the Internet, pressing the spacebar moves the scrollbar down a page. Similarly, Shift+spacebar moves the scrollbar up one page.