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73 Keyboard Shortcuts to Use if You're on Windows 11

por Concetta Sharwood (2022-06-30)

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Windows 11 is Microsoft's latest software update, and while many of the features and settings are still the same as they were on Windows 10, there are several new additions -- and that includes a few unique keyboard shortcuts to perform tasks faster and improve your overall productivity. Read moreWindows 11: How to Download Microsoft's Latest OSIn this story we'll cover the most important keyboard shortcuts for Windows 11, many of which carry over from Windows 10 and News earlier versions of Microsoft's operating system. That includes the basics, like copying highlighted items and undoing a previous action, as well as lesser known shortcuts, like snapping an active window into place.Here's a handy list of the most useful keyboard shortcuts for navigating Windows 11. And if you want to check out more on Windows 11, here are nine hidden Windows 11 features and how to make Windows 11 act more like Windows 10.Windows 11 shortcut basicsTo start, here are the ones you'll use most often.Ctrl + A: Select all items in a window.
Ctrl + C or Ctrl + Insert: Copy selected or highlighted item (text, images and so on).
Ctrl + V or Shift + Insert: Paste selected or highlighted item.
Ctrl + X: Cut selected or highlighted item.
Ctrl + Z: Undo previous action.
Ctrl + Y: Redo action.
Ctrl + N: When File Explorer is your current window, open a new File Explorer window with the same folder path as the current window.
Windows key + F1: Open "how to get help in windows" Bing search in default browser.
Alt + F4: Close the current app or window.
Alt + Tab: Switch between open apps or windows.
Shift + Delete: Delete selected item permanently (skip the Recycle Bin).
Start menu and taskbarYou can use these keyboard shortcuts to open, close and otherwise control the Start menu and the taskbar.Windows key or Ctrl + Esc: Open Start menu.Windows key + X: Open the secret Start menu.Windows key + T: Cycle through the apps (including pinned apps) on the taskbar.Windows key + [Number]: Open the app pinned in the [number] position on the taskbar. For example, if you have Edge pinned in the first position on the taskbar and you click Windows key + 1, Edge will open. If the app is already open, a new instance or window will open.Windows key + Alt + [Number]: Open the right-click menu for the app pinned in the [number] position on the taskbar.Windows key + D: Show or hide desktop (Windows key + , will display the desktop briefly).ScreenshotsWindows 11 also has several ways to take a screenshot, including three different keyboard shortcuts.PrtScn: Take a screenshot of your entire screen and save it to your clipboard.
Windows key + PrtScn: Take a screenshot of your entire desktop and save it to a folder on your computer.
Windows key + Shift + S: Open Snipping Tool menu to take a screenshot of only a section of your screen.
tablets or touchscreen laptops.Windows key + (+) or (-): Zoom in and out with magnifier.Windows key + Esc: Exit magnifier.The F keysThe F keys at the top of your keyboard can perform a number of actions when used with other keys, but they're also useful on their own.F2: Rename a selected item.F3: Quickly search for files in File Explorer. F4: Highlight the address bar in File Explorer.F5: Refresh your active window.F6: Cycle through elements (tab, buttons, search bar, etc.) in a window or your desktop.Alt + F8: Show login password on the start screen.F10: Activate the menu bar in the active window.Command PromptYou can use these keyboard shortcuts inside the Windows Command Prompt. Ctrl + C or Ctrl + Insert: Copy selected text to the clipboard.Ctrl + V or Shift + Insert: Paste copied text inside the Command Prompt.Ctrl + A: Select all text on current line. (If the current line has no text, all text inside the Command Prompt will be selected.)Ctrl + Up or Down: Move screen one line up or down.Ctrl + F: Search Command Prompt via Find window.Ctrl + M: Enter Mark mode (allows you to select text with mouse). Once Mark mode is enabled, you can use the arrow keys to move the cursor around.Shift + Up or Down: Move cursor up or down one line and select text.Shift + Left or Right: Move cursor left or right one character and select text.Ctrl + Shift + Left or Right: Move cursor left or right one word and select text.Shift + Page Up or Page Down: Move cursor up or down one screen and select text.Shift + Home or End: Move cursor to beginning or end of current line and select text.Ctrl + Shift + Home/End: Move cursor to beginning or end of screen buffer and select text and beginning or end of Command Prompt's output.