New Microsoft Windows 10 Key Shortcut List

With the launch of Windows 10 Microsoft marked one its of the most important milestone in technology field.Now millions of computers are working under Windows 10 OS.Because of its new unique feature and performance it became favourite Windows for many users.Microsoft already provided all windows shortcuts in its official website. Microsoft has added several new Windows key shortcuts in Windows 10,so now Microsoft offers an offline version [Word .DOCX format] of its Windows key shortcuts, not shortcuts involving Ctrl or Alt for download.The cheat sheet contains 42 shortcuts in total, mostly dealing with window management, the Start menu, the Task view, and Cortana.

Here is the list of those 42 Windows Key shortcuts:

Windows Key Open and close the Start menu.
+ 1, + 2…etcSwitch to the desktop and launch the nth application in the taskbar. For example, + 1 launches whichever application is first in the list, numbered from left to right.
+ AOpen the action center.
+ BHighlight the notification area.
+ CLaunch Cortana into listening mode. Users can begin to speak to Cortana immediately.
+ DSwitch between Show Desktop (hides/shows any applications and other windows) and the previous state.
+ ESwitch to the desktop and launch File Explorer with the Quick Access tab displayed.
+ HOpen the Share charm.
+IOpen the Settings app.
+ KOpen the Connect pane to connect to wireless displays and audio devices.
+ LLock the device and go to the Lock screen.
+ MSwitch to the desktop and minimize all open windows.
+ OLock device orientation.
+ POpen the Project pane to search and connect to external displays and projectors.
+ RDisplay the Run dialog box.
+ SLaunch Cortana. Users can begin to type a query immediately.
+ TCycle through the apps on the taskbar.
+ ULaunch the Ease of Access Center.
+ VCycle through notifications.
+ XOpen the advanced menu in the lower-left corner of the screen.
+ ZOpen the app-specific command bar.
+ EnterLaunch Narrator.
+ SpacebarSwitch input language and keyboard layout.
+ TabOpen Task view.
+ ,Peek at the desktop.
+ Plus Sign+Plus Sign Zoom in.
+ Minus SignZoom out.
+ EscClose Magnifier.
+ Left ArrowDock the active window to the left half of the monitor.
+ Right ArrowDock the active window to the right half of the monitor.
+ Up ArrowMaximize the active window vertically and horizontally.
+ Down ArrowRestore or minimize the active window.
+ Shift + Up ArrowMaximize the active window vertically, maintaining the current width.
+ Shift + Down ArrowRestore or minimize the active window vertically, maintaining the current width.
+ Shift + Left ArrowWith multiple monitors, move the active window to the monitor on the left.
+ Shift + Right ArrowWith multiple monitors, move the active window to the monitor on the right.
+ HomeMinimize all nonactive windows; restore on second keystroke.
+ Prnt ScrnTake a picture of the screen and place it in the Computer>Pictures>Screenshots folder.
+ Ctrl + Left/Right ArrowSwitch to the next or previous virtual desktop.
+ Ctrl + DCreate a new virtual desktop.
+ Ctrl + F4Close the current virtual desktop.
+ ?Launch the Windows Feedback App.
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