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15 Easy Computer Shortcut That are so Beneficial and Saves Time

Do you ever marvel at how proficiently certain people use a computer? There are instances when you and another person are working on the same assignment, but the other person finishes up in a matter of minutes while you are just getting started.

A person like that has learned to use the shortcuts provided by some crucial keys. Keep in mind that all you have to do to have something done on your computer is to tell it to do it. The keyboard is one input device for controlling a computer. That's why it's important to learn how to get things done quickly and efficiently.

To select everything, press the Ctrl>+A key combination.

To make the currently chosen text bold, press the Control key and the letter B.

3.To copy, use the Ctrl key and the letter C together.

Finally, press the Control key and the letter V to paste.


Cut by pressing Ctrl+X.

Pressing the Control key and the letter Z will undo your last action.

7. Press the Ctrl key plus U to underline.

8.F1.Click this button whenever you are stuck and need assistance.

9.F2 This key is used to rename selected items.


To refresh the current page, click this button. The computer is loading slowly or freezing.

11 Press ALT and F4 together.

It's a quick way to exit the active window or programme.

12 Press the ATL button and enter. This will save you time by allowing you to quickly verify a folder's properties.

Use the Shift ATL Delete combination (13). Restarting your computer has never been simpler.

If you press Shift+F10 on your keyboard, your computer will bring up a contextual menu.

15. Press the shift delete key. This is the command to permanently remove the item. It didn't even go in the trash can!

You may be able to complete your computer work much more quickly once you have memorised these fifteen shortcuts. Eventually, with enough repetition, they will become second nature to you.

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