Free Computer Lessons for Idiots/Geniuses
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ANSWER: We need to use them twice as much.
>Holding down the Win button while tapping the letter 'e' will open Windows Explorer. This is the filing cabinet of your computer. It lists where everything is, allows you to instantly organize your files, and place things where you wish. One single ten-minute session getting familiar with Windows Explorer will significantly help you to accomplish more and simultaneously reduce the time and keystrokes necessary to finish your tasks. That's called 'productivity increase.'
Holding down the Win button while tapping the letter 'f ' is the single most informative shortcut of perhaps two thousand on your computer. Learning the three tabs within your FIND window will allow to you to find any file on your computer, any document, movie, picture, sound, etc.
You can search by when it was created (or last modified), you can search by size, by name, by type of file; you can even search for every file that contains a specific word, name, phrase, or number. This is easily the most critical of all organizational shortcuts. It's worth ten minutes.
Holding down the Win button while tapping the letter 'm' instantly minimizes every window and brings you to your desktop. It speaks for itself, and is a handy tool. And, if you want to instantly close a current window instead of minimizing it, just hold down the Alt button and tap the F4 key. Bing! Makes life easier, yes?
Holding down the Win button while tapping 'r' brings you to the Run window. You can copy any program shortcut you want into this box, and access it any time by holding down the Win button and tapping "r"
If you have trouble figuring it out, you can always push your F1 button. That's because F1 means the same thing to thousands of programs: Help! Go ahead, push your F1 button now.
Next time you have a few windows open, hold down the Alt button and tap the Tab button. Each time you release the Alt button, the highlighted window will open up. Use your shortcuts!
There are literally hundreds of shortcuts on your computer that provide the double benefit of accomplishing more AND doing so in less time. Remember, like all great wisdom and shortcuts, knowing them means nothing… using them today brings everything.
With so many resources at your disposal, tap into them today and reap rich rewards. the next time you're on the Internet, push your F11 button and get a very happy surprise you'll wish you knew about long ago.
When those annoying popup windows come at you, don't get annoyed,
or even bother struggling with the mouse to close it.
Simply hit your CTRL button and tap the letter "w" on your keyboard. Bye 'bye!
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