Using keyboard shortcuts can really increase your efficiency, reduce recurring strain, and help stay you focused. For instance, to copy text, you can show up text and press the Ctrl + C shortcut. The shortcut is sooner than moving your hands from the keyboard, highlighting with mouse, choose copy from the file menu, and then return to the keyboard.
Suggested by technology news, below are the top 10 keyboard shortcuts we suggest everyone remember and use.
Both Ctrl + C and Ctrl + Insert will copy the highlight text or selected entry If you want to cut , press Ctrl + X, including chrome.
Ctrl + V or Shift + Insert
Both Ctrl + V and Shift + Insert will paste the text or item that’s in the clipboard.
Ctrl + Z and Ctrl + Y
Pressing Ctrl + Z will Undo any modification.
Ctrl + F
Pressing Ctrl + F opens the Find window in any program. Ctrl + F comprise your browser to find text on the current page.
Alt + Tab or Ctrl + Tab
Pressing Alt + Tab switches between open programs.
Pressing Ctrl + Backspace will delete a full word at a time in its place of a single character.
Ctrl + S
While working on a document or other file in roughly every program, pressing Ctrl + S save that file. Use this shortcut key commonly if you’re working on anything significant in case an error happens, you lose power, or other trouble that cause you to lose any work since the last save.
Ctrl + Home or Ctrl + End
Ctrl + Home will shift the cursor to the start of the document, and Ctrl + End will move the cursor to the end of a document. These shortcuts work with nearly all documents, as well as web pages.
Ctrl + P
Open a print preview of the current page or document being viewed
Page Up, Space bar, and Page Down
Pressing either the page up or page down key will shift that page one page at a time in that way. When browsing the Internet, pressing the spacebar also move the page down one page at a time.