Learn Keyboard Shortcut Hotkeys to Work Faster on Computer
Keyboard is always faster than a mouse. Even if you can move a mouse cursor really quick from one corner of the screen to the other, you still can’t beat the keyboard because by simply pressing a combination of shortcut key, the Window or program can instantly open. Moreover with a mouse, you will need to make sure that the cursor is accurately pointed at the place where you can double click or else it won’t work.
There are tons of useful shortcut keys to learn and at first you will find it slow and difficult but once you have gotten used to it, you will work on your computer faster than ever and be prepared to impress your superior or boss with it.
To learn about Keyboard Shortcuts, you can visit Shortcut World website, where it lists all shortcut keys for popular application such as Google Chrome, Microsoft Excel, Mozilla Firefox, Fireworks, Google Mail, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office, Outlook, Adobe Photoshop, PowerPoint, Projects, Ubuntu Desktop, VLC Media Player, Winamp, Windows, Widows Media Player and Microsoft Word.
To show you an example of how useful a shortcut key is, if you want to open Windows Explorer, we can press WIN+E to open the Windows Explorer but if using a mouse, you will need to move the cursor to the My Computer and double click on it if the icon is configured to be there. If not, you will need to click on the Start orb button and then click on My Computer.