Top 70 Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows XP

Windows XP keyboard shortcuts
There are many Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows XP. Getting used the Keyboard exclusively and leaving the mouse behind will make anybody much more efficient at performing any Task on any Windows Computer.

The Top 70 Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows XP are :

1) Windows key + D  >>  Shows the Desktop.

2) Windows key + M  >>  Minimizes all Opened Windows.

3) Windows key + Shift + M  >>  Maximizes all Opened Windows.

4) Windows key + E  >>  Runs Windows Explorer.

5) Windows key + R  >>  Shows the Run Dialog Box.

6) Windows key + F  >>  Shows Search Window.

7) Windows key + Break  >>  Shows System Properties Box.

8) Windows key + Tab  >>  Go through Taskbar Applications.

9) Windows key + U  >>  Open Utility Manager.

10) Windows key + L  >>  Lock Windows to Protect Computer.



11) Windows key + E  >>  Open Explorer.

12) Windows + F1  >>  Open Windows Help.

13) ALT + TAB  >>  Cycle through opened applications or Switch between Windows.

14) CTRL + ESC  >>  Display the Start Menu.

15) ALT + ENTER  >>  View the properties for the Selected Item.

16) F4  >>  Key Display the Address Bar list in My Computer.

17) ALT + Space + X  >>  Maximize Window.

18) CTRL + Shift + Esc  >>  Task Manager.

19) CTRL + C  >>  Copy.

20) CTRL + X  >>  Cut.

21) CTRL + V  >>  Paste.

22) Alt + Esc  >>  Switch between Running Applications.

23) Alt + Letter  >>  Select Menu Item by Underlined Letter.

24) Ctrl + Esc  >>  Open Program Menu.

25) Ctrl + F4  >>  Close Active Document or Group Windows ( does not work with some Applications ).

26) Alt + F4  >>  Quit Active Application or Close Current Window.

27) Alt + (-) Minus Key  >>  Open Control menu for Active Document.

28) Ctrl + Right or Left Arrow  >>  Move Cursor Forward or Backward one Word Respectively.

29) Ctrl + Up or Down Arrow  >>  Move Cursor Forward or Backward one Paragraph Respectively.

30) F1  >>  Open Help for Active Application.

Accessibility Shortcuts :

31) Right SHIFT for Eight (8) Seconds  >>  Switch FilterKeys ON or OFF.
32) Left ALT + Left SHIFT + Print Screen  >>  Switch High Contrast ON or OFF.
33) Left ALT + Left SHIFT + Num Lock  >>  Switch MouseKeys ON or OFF.
34) SHIFT Five (5) Times  >>  Switch StickyKeys ON or OFF.
35) Num Lock for Five (5) Seconds  >>  Switch Toggle Keys ON or OFF.

Windows XP keyboard shortcuts
Explorer Shortcuts :

36) END  >>  Display the Bottom of the Active Window.
37) HOME  >>  Display the Top of the Active Window.
38) Num Lock + Asterisk (*) on Numeric Keypad  >>  Display all Subfolders under the Selected Folder.
39) Num Lock + Plus (+) Sign on Numeric Keypad  >>  Display the Contents of the Selected Folder.
40) Num Lock + Minus (-) Sign on Numeric Keypad  >>  Collapse the Selected Folder.
41) Left Arrow  >>  Collapse Current Selection if it’s Expanded or Select Parent Folder.
42) Right Arrow  >>  Display Current Selection if it’s Collapsed or Select First Subfolder.

43) Internet Browser Shortcut.
Type in the Address “google”, then press Right CTRL + Enter  >>  Adds www. and .com to Word and Go to it.

44) SHIFT+DELETE  >>  Delete Selected Item Permanently without placing the Item in the Recycle Bin.

45) CTRL+SHIFT while dragging an Item  >>  Create Shortcut to Selected Item.

46) F2  >>  Rename Selected Item.

47) CTRL + Right Arrow  >>  Move the Insertion Point to the beginning of the Next Word.

48) CTRL + Left Arrow  >>  Move the Insertion Point to the beginning of the Previous Word.

49) CTRL + Down Arrow  >>  Move the Insertion Point to the beginning of the Next Paragraph.

50) CTRL + Up Arrow  >>  Move the Insertion Point to the beginning of the Previous Paragraph.

51) CTRL + SHIFT + Left or Right Arrow Key  >>  Highlight a Block of Text.

52) SHIFT with any of the Arrow Keys  >>  Select more than one Item in a Window or on the Desktop or Select Text within a Document.

53) CTRL + A  >>  Select All.

54) F3  >>  Search for a File or Folder.

55) ALT + ENTER  >>  View Properties for the Selected Item.

56) F6  >>  Cycle through Screen Elements in a Window or on the Desktop.

57) SHIFT + F10  >>  Display the Shortcut Menu for the Selected Item.

58) F10  >>  Activate the Menu Bar in the Active Program.

59) F5  >>  Refresh the Active Window.

60) BACKSPACE  >>  View the Folder one Level Up in My Computer or Windows Explorer.

61) ESC  >>  Cancel the Current Task.

62) SHIFT when CD is inserted into the CD-ROM  >>  Drive prevent the CD from Automatically Playing.

Dialog Boxes Shortcuts :

63) CTRL + TAB  >>  Move Forward through Tabs.
64) CTRL + SHIFT + TAB  >>  Move Backward through Tabs.
65) TAB  >>  Move Forward through Options.
66) SHIFT + TAB  >>  Move Backward through Options.
67) ENTER  >>  Carry out the Command for the Active Option or Button.
68) SPACEBAR  >>  Select or Clear the Check Box if the Active Option is a Check Box.
69) F4  >>  Display the Items in the Active List.
70) Also don’t forget about the “Right Click” Key next to the Right Windows Key on the Keyboard.

So these are Top 70 Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows XP.


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