As part of new updates to the Windows 10 Operating System, more shortcuts have been added to help people navigate and work on Windows 10 better.
The helpful document above covers a wide range of shortcuts available to all Windows 10 users. This includes copy/paste, alt+tabbing, desktop switching, and page navigation without a mouse.
Some keyboard keys will be depicted with shortened names, such as: Control = Ctrl, Windows Key = Win
Here are some examples included in the document:
Control + C (Copy)
Control + X (Cut)
Control + V (Paste)
Alt + Tab (Alt Tab to next open window)
Windows + D (Minimize to Desktop)
Windows + Left Arrow Key (Move current window to left side of screen)
Windows + Shift + Left Arrow Key (Move current window to your left-hand side monitor)
Arrow Key shortcuts like the two above are applicable to all directions of the arrow keys, Up and Down arrow keys will maximize and minimize your current window respectively, for example.
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