Creating a shortcut to a specific application makes navigating a directory easier. Shortcuts run executables and do not need to be updated when a program moves. Most programs tend to stay in one spot, so there’s no need to keep re-creating them. Creating a shortcut to a program also makes directory snooping easier. But be warned: the process isn’t for beginners.
Ctrl + Alt + Del
Having a hard time using the Ctrl + Alt+Del shortcut on your computer? Thankfully, there’s a simple solution: you can alter the key combination to show only certain options. For example, you can disable the Lock option by modifying the registry, and make the Task Manager appear instead. You can also choose to turn off the Lock option by editing the Group Policy Editor. This solution should work in most scenarios, but there are some situations where you need to use the keyboard shortcut.
Command + Command + Tilde
If you’ve ever wished that you could use a keyboard shortcut to add accents to your writing, you may know that the tilde symbol is found on the top left part of the keyboard. It’s located underneath the Esc key. If you want to use a tilde in your writing, you can press the tilde button to enter the alternate pronunciation for consonants and vowels.
One of the quickest ways to copy computer text is to use a keyboard shortcut. Ctrl+C will copy the selected text to the clipboard. Ctrl+V will paste the clipboard text anywhere the cursor is located. For full-size keyboards with number pads, insert may be on the Zero key or on a dedicated key near the Home key. In addition to the Ctrl+C shortcut, there are a number of other keyboard shortcuts that can be used.
Switch virtual desktop
If you want to switch between virtual desktops on your shortcut computer, you can use the Task View button. This button is located in the taskbar and enables you to view all the windows and virtual desktops you have open. You can also use the keyboard shortcuts Windows Key + T to open the Task View pane. The virtual desktop you want to switch to will be displayed next to the one you are currently using. Then, you can simply click the “Switch virtual desktop” button to switch between the two.
An Undo keyboard shortcut is a convenient way to reverse an action in Microsoft Word or Adobe Photoshop. Pressing Ctrl+Z (Control+Z) repeatedly will redo previous actions. The Undo shortcut is also a useful tool for users of Microsoft Office, although it’s not universally implemented. If you’re constantly in the middle of a task, you can press Ctrl+Y (Mac).
To make a shortcut to the Lock screen, press Ctrl + Shift + L. The shortcut will then open the Lock screen settings. There you can change the background and select new apps. If you want to use a different image as the lock screen picture, you can do so as well. But before you do this, make sure that your computer is password protected. Otherwise, you’ll find yourself locked out of your computer!