Keyboard Shortcuts – Get the most out of your PC or Mac

This month, we thought we would share a couple of keyboard shortcuts that you may be able to take advantage of.
There are keyboard shortcuts for doing almost anything in Windows.  Below are the ones we personally use the most often:
 

Alt+Tab Switch between open programs
Alt+F4 Close current window
Backspace Go to previous webpage (Chrome or Internet Explorer)
Ctrl+Z and Ctrl+Y Undo an action and redo an action
Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V Copy and Paste
Ctrl+S Save current document (Word, Excel, etc)
Windows Logo Key+D Show your desktop
Windows Logo Key+L Lock your screen or switch accounts
Windows Logo Key+Tab Show all your open programs

 
You can find all of the shortcuts for windows here: Click Here
For Mac OS:  Click Here
 
Don Dawson
President
IT360, Inc.

Principal Owner, Marketing Firm

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