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Comment #88: by Ramya Dharshini R on 6/22/2017:

excellent thinking regarding shortcut keys [Reply]

Comment #87: by Mordhwaj Sahu on 4/26/2017:

it is very good for employees, because if we know the shortcut keys, definitely we will done easiest way..... Great job [Reply]

Comment #86: by fawadahmadmumand on 12/5/2016:

this is very awesome and good shortcut for all students. thanks. [Reply]

Comment #85: by Tom Holzel on 12/2/2016:

I seem to accidentally initiate keyboard commands that knock me off whatever I'm doing. Is there a way to turn-off all the keyboard shortcuts? [Reply]

Comment #84: by KOTESWARARAO on 7/28/2016:

it is use full for shortcut key good thinking thanking you very nice [Reply]

Comment #83: by spanner on 7/9/2016:

This is fantastic! [Reply]

Comment #82: by Jerome on 6/24/2016:

Nice information, however some laptops have missing keys. Where is the Pause/break key? [Reply]

Reply by Sheryl on 9/28/2016:

I have an HP laptop and the break key is fn+pg dn. It should be labeled on the keyboard regardless of the brand.

Comment #80: by CNouah on 3/18/2016:

Wow i discovered new shortcuts i never knew before. Is very helpfull! [Reply]

Comment #79: by zishan on 2/10/2016:

its very useful information. and helpful to learners. [Reply]

Reply by thair talib on 6/14/2016:

its very useful information. and helpful to learners

Comment #77: by Arya on 12/22/2015:

Thanks a lot [Reply]

Comment #76: by Sri laxmi on 11/15/2015:

It's Nice [Reply]

Comment #75: by Santosh Mali on 10/20/2015:

Nice Short key [Reply]

Comment #74: by Dharmendra kr on 6/13/2015:

Great info, helpful to operate windows more efficiently. thanx dear [Reply]

Reply by soe on 7/10/2015:

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Comment #72: by Skywolf on 6/8/2015:

When you say selecting multiple taskbar items was removed in Win 7 what do you mean? Even with the mouse it only selects one at a time. [Reply]

Comment #71: by Nilesh Jadhav on 6/3/2015:

very Nice.................. [Reply]

Comment #70: by Sahnaz Nisha on 5/25/2015:

what is the meaning of Win? [Reply]

Reply by zishan on 2/10/2016:

windows ( sign between CTRL and ALT on key board.

Reply by Anon on 5/27/2015:

Win is the abbreviation of Windows

Comment #67: by Philip T on 3/10/2015:

Spelling in http://www.shortcutworld.com/en/win/Windows_7.html near the bottom, "Turn High Contract on or off (Careful, will change theme!)" I thjink you mean "High Contrast" [Reply]

Reply by bernd on 3/12/2015:

thanks; fixed.

Comment #65: by Shuvo2014 on 3/2/2015:

Thank's a lot. [Reply]

Comment #64: by Steve on 1/12/2015:

Anyone know of a shortcut to open a folder in a new window. There is a right click option to do it, but I can't find a keyboard shortcut. The only one I can find is to "open a new window" which is NOT the same as opening a folder in a new window. [Reply]

Reply by SHurley on 1/6/2016:

Tx for the Shift 10 e response. I find it very helpful. I forget where I was looking and now don't have to worry about getting that file path back.

Reply by Anon on 5/27/2015:

Pressing Ctrl+Enter will open the selected folder in a new window

Reply by bernd on 1/14/2015:

No default as far as i know, but you can do [Shift]+[F10] to emulate right mouse click, then [e]. for Op[e]n in New Windows.

Comment #60: by lucky on 1/6/2015:

waoooooooooooo nice it's great [Reply]

Comment #59: by khalid on 1/5/2015:

NICE.......... [Reply]

Comment #58: by C Sai Vasanth on 12/29/2014:

Thanks! We got lot of information from this website. [Reply]

Comment #57: by Phanikumar Lekkala on 11/20/2014:

Very useful to us....

Thanks & Congrats to Administrator for letting me know all these... [Reply]

Reply by sunnyhcc on 12/16/2014:

A Great Effort and all persons welcome

Comment #55: by jaynata on 11/10/2014:

thanks alot for helpfull information in the site. [Reply]

Comment #54: by Divyanshu Kaithwas on 11/4/2014:

very very....thanks....now our work so easy to .... apply this.. [Reply]

Comment #53: by divyesh on 10/13/2014:

thanks also for help full information in the site.
Congratulations to admin. [Reply]

Comment #52: by Mool Chand on 8/16/2014:

very use full key for windows 8.
win+m ( minimise all window ) [Reply]

Reply by bernd on 8/31/2014:

To minimize one window press [Win]+[Arrow Down]+[Arrow Down]. To get it back right after minimizing, press [Alt]+[Tab].

Reply by elvis on 8/30/2014:

what about if u wants 2 minimise one window

Comment #49: by TG NEGI on 6/17/2014:

amazing........ nice. nothing is more then shortcut-world.com. [Reply]

Comment #48: by Cpt America on 5/27/2014:

Thanks very much! [Reply]

Reply by chris on 6/23/2014:

thanks very much help me so much with my comp bro cheers ! x

Comment #46: by Stead Kiger on 5/19/2014:

This is great. I especially like the PDFs. One suggestion, though: the list of shortcuts for remote desktop on this page is missing a few of the shortcuts from "Using Shortcuts in Remote Desktop" on the pagehttp://www.shortcutworld.com/en/win/Windows-Remote-Desktop.html Thanks! [Reply]

Comment #45: by Jidass on 5/14/2014:

It is vary nice [Reply]

Comment #44: by Ganesh R. Kosre on 4/25/2014:

Good Job... [Reply]

Comment #43: by amol on 4/20/2014:

nice one [Reply]

Comment #42: by aRHnaInjKli on 4/9/2014:

What's win? [Reply]

Comment #41: by karthikeyenvsk on 3/20/2014:

Very Very Thanks for this....................... [Reply]

Comment #40: by Senthil on 2/24/2014:

It will very much helpful for the Student and other professionals who are all not related with the IT field. Thanks for the nice information and all the very best. [Reply]

Comment #39: by Vipin P R on 2/24/2014:

It helped to get some more new in-formations. Thankss... [Reply]

Comment #38: by bobface on 1/27/2014:

I know a cool shortcut. It may be on here for I didn't read them all. ++ is opening a new window [Reply]

Reply by bobface on 1/27/2014:

I mean Ctrl+Shift+Click on new taskbar icon opens a new window

Comment #36: by Miracle smith on 1/18/2014:

thanks a lot, this is helpful
i do appreciate [Reply]

Comment #35: by lshmeal on 1/12/2014:

l need a shortcut key to disable usb device [Reply]

Comment #34: by Ben Cramp on 12/17/2013:

Looks as though there are enough thanks here already - but here's a few more. Thanks [Reply]

Comment #33: by mishratapas05 on 11/9/2013:

I donot found any single short cut keys to subscript and superscript in excel
is there any way plz verify and suggest [Reply]

Comment #32: by Pranav Srivatsav on 9/8/2013:

A Simple,Stream-lined and Straight forward presentation. Keep it up and updated!!!... [Reply]

Comment #31: by geraldine on 8/2/2013:

ohhhhhhh! its very(100x)Not all the shortcuts listed under the Win 7 section appear to work on my business laptop running Win 7. I am wondering if it is possible for local IT to actually turn off some of these shortcuts presumably so they don't have to support users who accidentally use these keys and then don't understand what they have done. For example WIN + D does nothing on my machine. Why anyone would want to disable it is beyond me. Is there a way to remap or turn on the short cut key,Not all the shortcuts listed under the Win 7 section appear to work on my business laptop running Win 7. I am wondering if it is possible for local IT to actually turn off some of these shortcuts presumably so they don't have to support users who accidentally use these keys and then don't understand what they have done. For example WIN + D does nothing on my machine. Why anyone would want to disable it is beyond me. Is there a way to remap or turn on the short cut key! [Reply]

Reply by sidhunair on 9/20/2014:

Vazhga valamudan thank u so much, very nice updates

Comment #29: by Peter Wilks on 6/23/2013:

Not all the shortcuts listed under the Win 7 section appear to work on my business laptop running Win 7. I am wondering if it is possible for local IT to actually turn off some of these shortcuts presumably so they don't have to support users who accidentally use these keys and then don't understand what they have done. For example WIN + D does nothing on my machine. Why anyone would want to disable it is beyond me. Is there a way to remap or turn on the short cut key? [Reply]

Comment #28: by Rossman on 5/4/2013:

I appreciate you taking the time and effort to make these shortcuts available in the pdf dnld. It looks great and fits on 2 pages, well done. [Reply]

Comment #27: by Tejas pagar on 4/26/2013:

a wonderfull sight for those who dont carry a mouse........
ha....... ha........ ha......... [Reply]

Comment #26: by haimi on 3/9/2013:

bundle of thanks.
thanks allot [Reply]

Comment #25: by iqbal ahmed khan on 1/23/2013:

very useful information is here. well done to admin! [Reply]

Comment #24: by Rod Nordland on 1/3/2013:

Hi, on Windows 7 64bit I have been unable to put customized keyboard shortcuts in. I can enter them in the Keyboard Shortcut field in the properties page, and though the shortcut works (such as when clicking on its icon), the associated keyboard shortcut (viz, Ctrl-Alt-d) does nothing. Have tried this with many different combinations. Any thoughts? thanks much [Reply]

Comment #23: by yashar678 on 12/26/2012:

thanks alot for helpfull information in the site.
Congratulations to admin. [Reply]

Comment #22: by sunil on 12/20/2012:

very good for short cuts tanks [Reply]

Comment #21: by AdvancedUser on 11/17/2012:

Perhaps there's an error...

I've always found that [Win] + [+/=] / [Win] + [-] activate and operate the Windows zoom feature. Using the Win key and '[' / ']' keys does nothing for me.

The confusion might have something to do with a Dvorak key layout...the QWERTY and Dvorak decals being "crossed up". [Reply]

Comment #20: by bhupendra kumar on 11/14/2012:

very usefull site.thanks [Reply]

Comment #19: by mallikarjun jakune on 10/22/2012:

very good for pc sortcuts thanks [Reply]

Comment #18: by IncurableGeek on 7/29/2012:

There are trolls all over the net who post mean-spirited comments. Fortunately most people I meet on the net are of higher caliber.For what it's worth I found your Win 7 Shortcuts to be concise and meaningful. Thanks for taking your time to make a selfless contribution. [Reply]

Reply by KAPIL-SHARMA on 8/8/2012:

thanks

Comment #16: by KAPIL-SHARMA on 7/24/2012:

to minimize window+D [Reply]

Comment #15: by kapil-sharma on 7/21/2012:

to select click left buttons + arrows [Reply]

Comment #14: by KAPIL-SHARMA on 7/21/2012:

I have found a more short cut key Ctrl + up/down scroll wheel. This will make icons big and small in size [Reply]

Comment #13: by ahpuyz on 1/28/2012:

I think in 5.3 "change size of icons" should be Ctrl+mouse scroll... [Reply]

Reply by sourav on 7/24/2012:

i know he asked to KAPILabout this sort key

Reply by rahul on 7/21/2012:

don't coppy him

Reply by bernd on 1/28/2012:

Agree & fixed. Thanks!

Comment #9: by Randy Wear on 12/27/2011:

Very nicely done. Great information. Very helpful. Thank you. [Reply]

Comment #8: by Vio on 8/4/2011:

Thnx a lot for the information on the site!
It's such a good tool! [Reply]

Comment #7: by Jiang on 3/2/2011:

This site is immensely helpful! Thanks for creating it! [Reply]

Reply by Rhys on 7/26/2012:

well it wouldn't be helpful for you because your obviously to 'stupidd' to use it considering you cant even spell you time waster

Reply by gibbagab on 9/19/2011:

no it is not helpful for me you dumb stupidd idiodic web site ughhh /!

Comment #4: by Ccw on 1/5/2011:

The Ctrl + arrow key + space shortcut under 5.4 Navigation does not work anymore in Windows 7. [Reply]

Reply by Rod Nordland on 1/3/2013:

Hi, on Windows 7 64bit I have been unable to put customized keyboard shortcuts in. I can enter them in the Keyboard Shortcut field in the properties page, and though the shortcut works (such as when clicking on its icon), the associated keyboard shortcut (viz, Ctrl-Alt-d) does nothing. Have tried this with many different combinations. Any thoughts? thanks much

Reply by kapil-sharma on 7/21/2012:

thanks
i thought to up and down the list

Reply by bernd on 1/5/2011:

It should work. Try to keep holding the ctrl key while going up/down with arrow keys and press space until you have selected all items. Only at the end you let the ctrl key go.

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