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1 W INDOWS XP, T IPS AND T RICKS Oswaldo Bolivar 09/29/2010

2 Useful key shortcuts available Windows key + D - shows the desktop. Windows key + M - minimizes all open windows. Windows key + Shift + M - maximizes all open windows. Windows key + E - Runs Windows Explorer. Windows key + R - shows the RUN dialog. Windows key + F - shows Search window. Windows key + Break - shows System Properties box. Windows key + TAB - Go through taskbar applications. Windows key + PAUSE Display the System Properties dialog box. Windows key + U Open Utility Manager.

3 Useful key shortcuts available Windows key + D - shows the desktop. Windows key + M - minimizes all open windows. Windows key + Shift + M - maximizes all open windows. Windows key + E - Runs Windows Explorer. Windows key + R - shows the RUN dialog. Windows key + F - shows Search window. Windows key + Break - shows System Properties box. Windows key + TAB - Go through taskbar applications. Windows key + PAUSE Display the System Properties dialog box. Windows key + U Open Utility Manager.

4 Another useful Options ALT + TAB - Cycle through opened applications. Hold down CTRL while dragging an item to Copy it. CTRL + ESC Display the Start menu. ALT + ENTER View the properties for the selected item. F4 key Display the Address bar list in My Computer or NUM LOCK + Asterisk (*) Display all of the subfolders that are under the selected folder.

5 Lock Windows to protect computer You can lock Windows to protect the computer when leaving the station easily by creating a shortcut with the path rundll32.exeuser32.dll, LockWorkStation. Give the shortcut a name you like. That's it -- just double click on it and your computer will be locked. And if that's not easy enough, Windows key + L will do the same.

6 Rename multiple files in Windows at once Select them all, right click and select Rename. Enter the desired name. They will be renamed using what you specified, with a number in brackets to distinguish them.

7 Edit accounts in the command prompt You can edit accounts by running "control userpasswords2" at the command prompt.

8 Use systeminfo.exe to see System Information You can use the systeminfo.exe command in the command prompt to see System Information, including all Windows updates and hotfixes. Go to Start-> Run -> cmd + Enter Type systeminfo.exe > c:\dell\System.txt

9 Searching Information in Windows XP Windows + F is the shortcut for finding any files in Windows XP. Please Open the Windows Explorer and do the following instructions: View Option-> Arrange icon by -> Show in Groups. Use the Search companion to do it.

10 Get to Your Favorites with Keyboard Shortcut IE Enter Control-I will bring up your left pane favorites. Enter Control-I will make it disappear Enter Control-B to organize your favorites

11 List of shourtcut keys for Internet explorer. CTRL+A: Select all CTRL+C: Copy CTRL+X: Cut CTRL+V: Paste CTRL+F: Find CTRL+E: Search CTRL+W: Close window CTRL+T: New browser TAB window CTRL+R: Refresh web page CTRL+O: new location - esc to close CTRL+D: quickly save a Web page to your Favorites list CTRL+I: Favorites CTRL+P: Print the page CTRL+H: History CTRL+tab: goto URL Address field Alt+Spacebar+X: Window Maximize Alt+Spacebar+R: Window Restore Alt+Spacebar+N: Window Minimize Home key: beginning of page End key: bottom of page Backspace key: move back a page. CTRL+LEFT+ARROW : quickly move the cursor back between parts of the address.

12 T HANKS !!!! Resource


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