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Use These Handy Shortcut Keys To Run Your Computer Without A MouseUse These Handy Shortcut Keys To Run Your Computer Without A Mouse

Use These Handy Shortcut Keys To Run Your Computer Without A Mouse  A trackpad or a mouse is the basic thing to use a computer. But let’s say: we don’t have a trackpad or mouse to use. But we have to use the computer. In this case, there is no option to use keyboard shortcuts.

It’s good to know keyboard shortcuts, whether it’s for ease of use or for an alternative method without moving the mouse. It also helps to eliminate the need for a mouse to work. Today we are going to talk about those shortcuts:

Windows

Some programs have their own shortcut keys. which are not useful in other programs. Those shortcuts are mentioned in the same program. Here is a useful Windows keyboard shortcut that can be used in all situations: Windows

Some programs have their own shortcut keys. which are not useful in other programs. Those shortcuts are mentioned in the same program. Here are some useful Windows keyboard shortcuts that can be used in all situations:

Win: Open the Smart Menu

Alt+Tab: Switch between open applications

Alt+F4: Closes an open program

Tab: Go to a section or field

Arrow Keys: Move left, right, down

Win+S: To search within the computer

Win+E: Open File Explorer

Enter: to confirm the selection

Esc: To exit a dialog or menu

Win+Up: To maximize Windows

Win+Down: To minimize Windows

Win+Left or Win+Right: Move the running windows to the right

Alt+Space: For additional options (movable with arrow keys)

Space: To scroll long web pages and documents

Shift+F10: Access the options that appear when you right-click the mouse

Shift and an Arrow key: To select a letter

Shift+Ctrl and an arrow key: To select one word at a time

Ctrl+C: To copy text

Ctrl+V: To paste text

Ctrl+S: To save the file

Ctrl+A: To select all text at once

Ctrl+W: Close windows or tabs

Click here to see more Windows shortcuts. If your keyboard has a numeric keypad, you can use the Mute key.

For this go to Settings>Accessibility>Mouse. Enable Mouse Keys there. Now you can use one to nine of the numeric pad to move the mouse cursor.

Mac

Many keyboard shortcuts are the same on Windows and Mac. But some are definitely different. Below are useful shortcut keys on Mac:

Cmd+C: To copy text

Cmd+V: To paste text

Cmd+S: To save file

Cmd+A: To select all text

Cmd+W: Close windows or tabs

Arrow keys: For navigation in menus and dialog boxes

Tab: Go to text fields and program sections

Space: To scroll through webpages and view-only documents

Esc: Go back

Enter: To confirm or select something

Cmd+Tab: Go through open apps

Cmd+Space: Search within Mac

Ctrl+F2: To switch from focus to menubar

Ctrl+F3: Bring up the dock

Cmd+M: To minimize the active windows

Shift+arrow keys: To select text

Shift+Option+arrow keys: To select only one word at a time

Click here to learn about other shortcut keys. As in Windows, you can use the numeric pad as an alternative to the mouse on Mac.

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