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When you use the keyboard on your left hand, but you do not know the keyboard shortcuts, that's not right. I believe that all of us should know which will make your work go faster. This way you can impress and bust everyone. I am presenting a few short lists here, that the Keyboard Shortcuts should always be remembered by everyone.

Common Keyboard Shortcuts
Maybe you are familiar with these keyboard shortcuts. Still match once more. These are the common keys, you can use these keyboard shortcuts when using all the applications or programs on your PC. To understand your work very quickly and to get the job done faster, it's much more important to know these keyboard shortcuts.

●  CTRL + C = copy
●  CTRL + X = cut
●  CTRL + V = paste
●  CTRL + Z = Undo
●  CTRL + Y = Redo
●  CTRL + B = Bold the selected text
●  CTRL + U = Underline the selected text
●  CTRL + I =  Italic the selected text
●  CTRL + F = open the find box in any program.
●  CTRL + S = save
●  CTRL + P = print
●  CTRL + N= open new
●  CTRL + W= close window
●  CTRL + Q= quit

Google Docs Keyboard Shortcuts
Although the Common KeyWorld, which we use more often during the writing. However, I feel safe for writing because of the various reasons for the Google Drive Google Doc file. Even from office to court, all doc files like Microsoft Doc File can be used by uploading Google Drive and avoiding the hassles of losing. Another great reason is that, in a Google Docs, two people can edit a Google Docs file from two PCs. Because of such many benefits, I always recommend employee or businessmen to use Google Docs on Google Drive. So, you'll also need to remember the following Keyboard Shortcuts.

CTRL + A = Select all
CTRL + K = Insert Link
CTRL + J =  Full Justify
CTRL + E = Centre alignment
CTRL + L = Left alignment
CTRL + R = Right alignment
CTRL + 1 =  Header style 1
CTRL + 2 = Header style 2
CTRL + 3 = Header style 3
CTRL + Shift + Space = Insert non-breaking space
CTRL + Space = Remove formatting
Ctrl + P = Open a print preview

Keyboard Shortcuts For Internet Browsing
Let's see how quickly you can visit different websites while browsing on Chrome, FireFox or Opera. Even though all clicks are on the go, it's still necessary to know about these keyboard shortcuts to make your work easier by saving your time.

Alt + D = To select URL section or and type your required web address
F5 = To reload or Refresh a Webpage or Blog
  CTRL + = Increase size of website or Blog text
CTRL + 0 = Will reset the text of web page
CTRL + J = View download list.

CTRL + H = View your web browser history
CTRL + B = Open internet bookmarks
CTRL + F = Open find box to search for text in the web page.
CTRL + Click = Open with new Browser Tab
CTRL + TAB = Switch to next Browser Tab
CTRL + Up/Down =  Browser Tab Change first to Last

ALT + Left Arrow = Go to the Previous Page
Alt + Right Arrow = Page change to Next Page
 F11 = To see Browser in Full screen. Again press f11 to return to the normal view.

You can also open any website in another way. For example, after writing "bloggerboundary" on any browser addressber, then press [ ALTR + Enter ] button together, this way, you will see that any .COM website will be automatically opened.

Keyboard Shortcuts For Windows
Finally, check out some more Keyboard Shortcuts to work with your Windows PC and Internet Browers combination.

●  ALT + TAB = Switch between two or more opened programs
●  CTRL + D = Show Desktop
●  Alt + Enter = Open property of a select object.
●  F2 = Rename a selected file or folder
●  Windows + U = To open On-Screen Keyboard
●  SHIFT + Delete = Permanent delete
●  CTRL Scroll = Change in windows explorer viewing options.
●  Windows Button + M = Minimize all or maximized windows
●  Windows + L = logoff computer
●  ALT + F4 = Quit any program or to see Shutdown Dialog Box.

Important Run Commands in Windows XP, 7, 8 and 10

Let's find out some Important Run Commands for managing Windows XP, 7, 8 and 10 PCs. To find out more about your computer or to keep working you should know about using the Run Command. There are a lot of Run Command, but I'll tell you at least a few of these Run Commands to know.

That is, at the place mentioned in the picture, after you write, press the "Enter" button to open your Run Command.

1. %temp%
This is one of the fastest ways to clean temporary files from your computer. Which will save the computer from being slower with extra space on the C Drive. Such temporary files should be cleaned occasionally.

2. cmd
This command will open your Windows DOS command prompt. Windows Command Prompt is very useful for performing many tasks, many of which can not be used in a graphical user interface.

3. MSConfig
This command will open the configuration of your Windows system where you can turn on or turn off various things like boot options, startup options, services etc. Here, there are unneeded applications on StartUp that can't be turned on during the launch of the PC, after unchecking the unnecessary applications. It is good for PC to start fast or work faster.

4. perfmon.msc
This command can be used to monitor the immediate performance of your computer. Here you will find plenty of options for system performance monitoring.

5. mrt
Microsoft Windows releases a new version of malicious software removal tool by updating Windows Windows every month. This free tool runs silently in the background but if you want to run it manually, you can use this run command. This tool will help you to clean most popular malicious software on your Windows computer.

6. sysdm.cpl
This command will open the System Properties window on your computer, where you can change many settings related to security and functionality including information about the system.

7. systeminfo 
This command will give you a thorough list of information about your computer's Configuration.

Keyboard Shortcuts for Mac
● Command + W, Option + Command + W: To stop all currently active applications
● Command + T: Open a new Tab for you.
● Command + Shift + T: Your recently closed tab will open again
● Command + Tab, Command + ~ :  Activate application switcher
● Command + Shift + 3: Will take a picture of your entire Mac’s screen
● Command + Shift + 4 During capture, click and drag any part of the area of the relevant area, or your mouse cursor will show cross-section issues.
● Command + X, Command + C, Command + V: As before; Cut, copy, paste
● Command + Shift + A, Command + Shift + U, Command + Shift + D, Command + Shift + H: Applications, Utilities, Desktop, and Home
● Command + Option + Esc: To force any app to quit.
● Command + H: Hide the currently active app.
● Command + Option + H: All open apps will be hidden and will help you focus on the front.

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