Five useful shortcuts for Windows ® 7
Time is of essence. Â If you save 15 minutes a day, you’l Â end up with an extra 91 hours at the end of each year. Â This article demonstrates how Windows 7 helps you squeeze out that extra four days from every 12 months.Â You know how they say, “There are no shortcuts to success”?Â Well, we might have to stop using that phrase.Â Take a look at how these neat shortcuts can save you time and make your life simpler.
When you’ve opened many windows or applications and want to minimize everything in one shot, this is the shortcut for you. It works in the same way as the ‘Show Desktop’ button in your taskbar and it shows you the desktop in a jiffy.
Create a new folder by using this shortcut instead of right clicking and selecting the option of ‘New’> ‘Folder’.Â People will start calling you ‘fast fingers’ for this one.
Working on two different projects at the same time? Toggling between the open applications pinned to the taskbar is easier with this shortcut.
Instead of struggling with a not-so-precise mouse for when you have to zoom in and out, use this one.
‘Win+1’,’ Win+2’, ‘Win+3’…
You might have different application pinned to the taskbar and this shortcut will enable to open and minimize them if they are already opened.
These 5 shortcuts will ensure you do more with your time.Â Thank you Microsoft.