Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Work Faster with the Application Shortcut Keys

Ctrl Key
While working on a computer application, some tasks can be done more quickly using shortcut keys instead of using the mouse. Even, some application shortcut keys can be used universally regardless of what application is being used. Most of these universal shortcuts using the control key (Ctrl) combination.

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Window Shortcut Keys on Ubuntu

Window shortcut keys allow you to use the keyboard to perform tasks on the currently focused window (hey, we're not talking about the Windows operating system right now). We had a bit to learn about Window Shortcut Keys on the previous post (Introduction to the Keyboard Shortcut Keys). By memorizing the shortcut key basic operations for working with the program windows, you can work faster in the various Ubuntu desktop applications.

Friday, June 10, 2011

Windows Logo Key Shortcuts for Windows 7

Windows Logo Key
You probably will find a special button on your keyboard, a key with Windows logo. Windows logo key is a special control key. You can press this key or combine it with other keys to perform a special task.

Please note, the range of functions resulting from this combination of Windows logo key depending on your operating system type. There might be some functions that can not be run on older versions of Windows operating system. Even in other operating systems like Linux, this Windows logo key can be used for specific purposes. This time we will focus on the use of Windows logo key on the Windows 7 operating system.


Global Shortcut Keys in Ubuntu Linux

Whether you're new to work on Ubuntu Linux Operating System? Still confused to get used to working with your new desktop? Don't worry, here is a global shortcut key to work faster on your Ubuntu desktop.

We had a bit to learn about Global Shortcut Keys on the previous post (Introduction to the Keyboard Shortcut Keys). Global shortcut keys enable you to use the keyboard to perform tasks related to your desktop, rather than tasks on the currently selected window or application. Now we will learn more about the shortcut on Ubuntu Linux.

Common Computer Application Shortcut Keys

If you are already accustomed to using various software and computer application programs with a graphical interface, you will find that the menu structure and basic functions are generally the same. In fact, you can operate any GUI (Graphical User Interface) application using the same shortcut keys. Even if you are working on different computer operating systems.

By understanding the similarities of the functions of the operation command, and memorize the same shortcut keys, you will be able to quickly master a new computer application and can work faster with that software.

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Introduction to the Keyboard Shortcut Keys

Now computers have become part of our lives. Almost every day we use the computer to complete various tasks. Mouse and keyboard are our tools to do things. For almost every task that you can perform with the mouse, you can use  the keyboard to perform the same task. To accomplish the task becomes much easier and faster, you can use the keyboard shortcut keys.

Keyboard Shortcut Keys
Keyboard shortcut keys are combinations of two or more keys that, when pressed, can be used to perform a task that would typically require a mouse or other pointing device. A keyboard shortcut is a key or combination of keys that provides an alternative to standard ways of performing an action. Shortcut keys are keys that provide you with a quick way to perform a task.

Keyboard shortcut keys can make it easier to interact with your computer, saving you time and effort as you work with operating system and other programs.