Essential Windows Key Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows 10

There are numerous windows keyboard shortcuts involving the Windows key. In this post, i will be showing you 30 Essential Windows Key Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows 10.

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Shortcut Keys and Description

  • Windows Key Opens/closes the Start menu.
  • Windows Key + Up Arrow Maximizes the selected window.
  • Windows Key + Down Arrow Reduces the window size. (Restore down.)
  • Windows Key + M Minimizes all open windows.
  • Windows Key + Shift + M Opens minimized windows.
  • Windows Key + Tab Shows Task View.
  • Windows Key + L Locks the screen.
  • Windows Key + A Opens the Action Center.
  • Windows Key + V Opens Clipboard History.
  • Windows Key + I Opens the Settings menu.
  • Windows Key + F Opens the Feedback hub.
  • Windows Key + H Opens the dictation toolbar.
  • Windows Key + P Opens the projection settings.
  • Windows Key + . (Windows Key + ;) Opens the emoji panel.
  • Windows Key + C Opens Cortana in listening mode.
  • Windows Key + C (Windows Key + Q) Opens Windows Search.
  • Windows Key + G Opens the Xbox game bar.
  • Windows Key + X Opens the secondary start menu.
  • Windows Key + <number> Opens the app in the taskbar relative to the number input.
For example, if Slack is the fourth app on the taskbar, using Windows Key + 4 will open Slack.
Windows Key + Alt + <number> Opens the right-click menu for the app in the taskbar relative to the number input.

For example, if Slack is the fourth app on the taskbar, using Windows Key + Alt + 4 will open Slack’s right-click menu.
  • Windows Key + D Shows/hides open apps on the desktop.
  • Windows Key + E Opens File Explorer.
  • Windows Key + U Opens Ease of Access in the Settings menu.
  • Windows Key + Print Screen Takes a screenshot of the desktop.
  • Windows Key + Control + F Opens the Find Computers window.
  • Windows Key + Control + D Creates a virtual desktop.
  • Windows Key + Control + Left Arrow Switches to the virtual desktop on the left.
  • Windows Key + Control + Right Arrow Switches to the virtual desktop on the right.
  • Windows Key + Control + F4 Closes the active virtual desktop.
  • Windows Key + Space Switches between installed languages (for writing text).

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