Windows 10 Shortcuts

The Windows 10 Start button is a highly functional menu that lets you switch between different windows, open the desktop, send a message, or simply view recent files. All these functions can be done by using the Windows Start button.

You can also do several things with the startup options of the start menu. If you want to get rid of the Start menu, you can remove the option to put it back on your computer. You can also add new options for that menu. Since the program names are now displayed, they can be edited. This is an extremely convenient feature for your computer’s performance. You can also add programs to the start menu that run automatically.

The Task Bar is another very useful feature of the Windows 10 operating system. It is a useful tool when it comes to keeping track of important and all of the options that the system has to offer. It is very easy to find your way around this part of the computer. You just need to use the Windows task bar shortcuts.

Windows 10 Shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
Win Activate Start Button. Then use Arrow Keys, Space and Enter to navigate within Start Menu
Esc Close Start Menu
Shift+click on a Taskbar item Opens new window/ instance of the same Application item
Win+19 Switch to application in position N on Taskbar (or launch pinned application)
Win+D Minimize all windows on all Monitors. Press again to restore previous state
Win+Home Set all windows to Minimized on current Monitor except active
Win+, Temporarily show the Desktop