Cloudeight Internet: A Few Handy Windows 10 Windows Key Shortcuts
|Win Key||Show the Windows 10 Start Menu.|
|Win Key + Tab||Launch Windows 10 Task View.|
|Win Key + Q||Search Windows & the Web with Cortana (voice)|
|Win Key + S||Search Windows & the Web (keybaord input)|
|Win Key + I||Opens Windows 10 Settings.|
|Win Key + A||Opens Windows 10 Notifications.|
|Win Key + L||Locks any Windows 10 device.|
|Win Key + K||Connect to wireless displays & audio devices|
|Win Key + X||Same as right-clicking the Start button – opens the right-click (context) start menu.|
|Win Key + G||Opens the Windows 10 Games Bar so you can record or take screenshots of your Windows games.|
|Win Key + D||Shows the Windows Desktop no matter how many windows you have open.|
|Win Key + E||Opens File Explorer (Windows Explorer)|
|Win Key + R||Opens the Run Command dialog.|
We’ve created a PDF file of these shortcuts for you so you can easily download and save this list – or feel free to download and print it. Download our PDF file here.
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- Customize your Windows 10 Start Menu, and show you how to organize and add and remove programs from it.
- Optimize your startups and startup services for faster startups.
- Turn off unnecessary background apps and optimize your computer’s performance.
- Install a Windows 7-style start menu (at your request).
- Set default browser and mail settings ( by default Microsoft Edge is the default browser).
- Place shortcuts for Internet Explorer on your desktop, taskbar, and/or start menu (your choice).
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