Pressing ALT+TAB allows you to cycle
through currently open windows.
Close the current programTypingALT + F4 will close the program that is
Minimize all windows: Windows + D
Lock your computer: Windows
+ L will lock your system right away, requiring a password (if you've set one)
to log in again
Rename a file quickly simply press F2 while a
file is selected to change its name.
To alter the name of another file, type TAB without deselecting the current
Rename files sequentially in Windows
select all the files you want to change, right-click the first one in the list,
select rename (or use F2), and type in the name.
This will automatically change all the other files with the same root name
with a suffix: (1), (2), and so on.
Select multiple files using the keyboardTo select a bunch of files using your keyboard,
you can press Shift + down arrow to select a single file or Shift + Page Down
to select a large group of files at one time.
Automatically add www. and .com to a URL by simply click CTRL + Enterafter you type the
name of the site. Need .net instead of .com, press CTRL + Shift + Enter instead.
Open the task manager directlyIf you want to bypass the interrupt that happens
when pressing CTRL + ALT + DEL and jump right to the task manager, typing CTRL
+ Shift + ESC launches it directly.
Close the current window/tabStick of moving all the way to that X
button? Press CTRL + W and the current window will close.
Bring up the system information window Just press Windows + Pause/Break and the
System Information panel will be ready to go.