Whether you are upgrading from Windows Vista or moving up from Windows XP, Windows 7 offers a great number of enhancements from previous version of Windows. The TechNet article offers a great numbers of productivity tips. Here is a sample of great Windows 7 keyboard shortcuts from Jeffrey’s list.
Windows Key + H – Move current window to full screen
Windows Key + I – Restore current full screen window to normal size or minimize current window if not full screen
Windows Key + Shift + Arrow – Move current window to alternate screen
Windows Key + D – Minimize all windows and show the desktop
Windows Key + E – Launch Explorer with Computer as the focus
Windows Key + F – Launch a search window
Windows Key + G – Cycle through gadgets
Windows Key + L – Lock the desktop
Windows Key + M – Minimize the current window
Windows Key + R – Open the Run window
Windows Key + T – Cycle through task bar opening Aero Peek for each running item
Windows Key + U – Open the Ease of Use center
Windows Key + Space – Aero Peek the desktop
Ctrl + Windows Key + Tab – Open persistent task selection window, roll mouse over each icon to preview item and minimize others
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