Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts

Keyboard shortcuts can save you time as you use Windows 10. You probably already know about Ctrl + C and Ctrl +V (copy and paste), but we're here to tell you 21 other shortcuts that you should know when using Windows 10. Some of these shortcuts might already be familiar to you, but think of new users who just switched from a Mac or simply have relied more on mice or touchscreens.
Keyboard shortcutAction
Windows key + AOpen Action center
Windows key + COpen Cortana in listening mode
Windows key + DDisplay and hide the desktop
Windows key + EOpen File Explorer
Windows key + HOpen the Share charm
Windows key + IOpen Settings
Windows key + LLock your PC or switch accounts
Windows key + SOpen Search
Windows key + NumberOpen the app pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number.
Windows key + Arrow keySnap app windows left, right, corners, maximize, or minimize
Windows key + CommaTemporarily peek at the desktop
Windows key + Ctrl +DAdd a virtual desktop
Windows key + Ctrl + Left or Right arrowSwitch between virtual desktops
Windows key + EnterOpen Narrator
Windows key + HomeMinimize all but the active desktop window (restores all windows on second stroke)
Windows key + PrtScnCapture a screenshot and save in Screenshots folder
Windows key + Shift + Up arrowStretch the desktop window to the top and bottom of the screen
Windows key + TabOpen Task view
Ctrl + Shift + EscOpen Task Manager
Alt +TabSwitch between open apps
Ctrl + Alt +TabView open apps
There are plenty of keyboard shortcuts on Windows 10, but we think these are the best ones to remember.

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