Hope all things are fine.Today i will show you how to open a folder with keyboard shortcut.
The common questions is why us need to keyboard shortcut?
Because when you open a folder many time’s then it will take many time. It will save your time. :)Ok, Let’s go! First you need to create a shortcut on your desire folder. Then right click on your folder and click Create Shortcut.
If you have not understood then please follow my screen short.Suppose we want to create shortcut of Music Clips Folder.Click here to check How To Stop Windows Automatic Update (Elite Mode).
Then your created shortcut look like as bellow image
Now we created Shortcut of Music Clips folder. Now we create Keyboard Shortcut. Again right click on Music Clips Shortcut folder and Click Properties. Then you see like bellow images.
Then you need to create your shortcut key. See My screen short. 🙂
Hope you have enjoyed and learned somethings new. Thanks.
The keyboard shortcut uses the so-called shortcut key to complete a function command using a combination of one or a few keys on the keyboard,thereby achieving the purpose of improving the operation speed.
The above describes the use and function of the shortcut keys.I hope that computer shortcuts can provide users with a convenient online experience.Use the shortcut keys to use the computer more quickly.
F1 Windows helper
F2 file rename
F3 search file
F4 refresh page
F5 refresh website page
F8 shows the boot menu when starting the computer
F10 activates menus in Windows or programs
F4+Ctrl closes the current tab (window)
F6+Ctrl to switch windows by page open
F11+Ctrl hides or displays the menu bar as full screen
Windows turns on the computer “start” function
Windows+D returns to the desktop
Windows+M minimizes all windows of computer software
Windows+E to open computer files
Windows +Alt +F4 close Word software
Windows+L lock screen computer page
Ctrl+A selects the current page content
Ctrl+C to copy the currently selected content
Ctrl+D to open the “Add Favorites” panel
Ctrl+E to open or close the “Search” sidebar
Ctrl+F to open the “Find” panel
Ctrl+G to turn the Easy Collection panel on or off
Ctrl+B text bold
Ctrl+H to open the “History” sidebar
Ctrl+I to open the “Favorites” sidebar
Ctrl+K turns off all tags except the current and locked tags
Ctrl+L to open the “Open” panel
Ctrl+N to create a new blank window
Ctrl+P to open the “Print” panel
Ctrl+Q opens the “Add to Filter List” panel
Ctrl+R to refresh the current page
Ctrl+T tiles all windows vertically
Ctrl+V paste the contents of the current clipboard
Ctrl+W to close the current window
Ctrl+X cuts the current text content
Ctrl+Y returns to the previous step
Ctrl+Z undo the previous step
Ctrl+Shift+N to create a new “folder”
Ctrl+Tab small menu mode to switch labels down
Shift+Del delete files directly
Shift+Del delete file
Shift+Ctrl switch input method
Alt+Tab desktop program switch
Alt+F open file menu search
Alt+V opens the view menu
Alt+E edit menu
Alt+I insert menu
Alt+O opens the format menu
Alt+T opens the tool menu
Alt+A opens the Excel spreadsheet menu
Alt+W opens the window menu
Alt+H opens the help menu