Wanna quickly launch a new instance of the app you’re using? Press shift and click its icon in the taskbar.
If you want to get to the settings screen faster hit the Windows Key + i
In Microsoft word by hitting Shift F3 – It makes everything caps.
Pressing Shift+Alt+(Up/Down) will reorder list items.
Feedback Hub in Windows – Windows Key + F. It takes a screen shot of what you are working and puts it into your feedback.
If you add Shift between WIN & < and WIN & >, instead of snapping the window left & right, it’ll cycle it between monitors. You should try WIN + ALT + Up Arrow Key or Down Arrow key on Windows 11 – will snap the window in focus to the top and bottom of the screen
With multiple monitors, WIN+Tab shows which apps are open on each monitor
Windows Key + Tab vs Alt Key + Tab – two different ways to switch between open windows on your PC.
Pressing Delete while using Alt+Tab will close the window in focus?
The updated snipping experience – press WIN+Shift+S & you can choose between rectangle, freeform, or full screen
You can also invoke via PrintScreen or pen click (if enabled in Settings), screen snipping button in Action Center, or from Screen Sketch.
Tip for anyone preparing to demo something remotely – prepare it all in a separate desktop, so it’s ready there waiting for when you need it, separate from your other things. New desktop: WIN + CTRL + D Switch desktops: WIN + CTRL + Left/RightArrow
WIN+PrtScn = Save a full screen screenshot WIN+Shift+Enter = Make a UWP app go fullscreen WIN+Ctrl+Shift+B = Lets the system know there’s an issue w/ the display & the system will try to correct it WIN+H = Dictation (en-us) WIN+P = Presentation display mode
For presenters demoing on Windows PCs – unless it’s strictly necessary to show the entire screen, press WIN+Plus to zoom in on the fly, especially if you’re typing something. It’ll make it easier for folks at the back of the room to see the text. WIN+Minus will zoom back out.