Microsoft has published a range of keyboard shortcuts to help you operate Windows, Windows Media Player, Windows Media Center, and Internet Explorer 9.
Here are 20 essential PC shortcuts:
- Copy a selected item: Ctrl+C
- Cut a selected item: Ctrl+X
- Paste a selected item: Ctrl+V
- Undo an action: Ctrl+Z
- Redo that thing I just undid: Ctrl+Y
- Select everything: Ctrl+A
- Print: Ctrl+P
- Switch between open windows Alt+Tab
- Clear away everything and show the desktopWindows logo key +D
- Minimize the window Windows logo key +Down Arrow
- Maximize the window Windows logo key +Up Arrow
- Compare and contrast in a snap Windows logo key +Left Arrow or Right Arrow
- Multitask with multiple monitors Windows logo key +Shift+Right Arrow or Left Arrow
- Open Task Manager Ctrl+Shift+Esc
- Lock your PC or switch users Windows logo key +L
- Choose a presentation display mode Windows logo key +P
- Zoom in, zoom out Windows logo key +Plus Sign or Minus Sign
- Search for files and folders Windows logo key +F
- Open a new instance of a program Windows logo key +Shift+Click a taskbar icon
- And when you need it…get help Windows logo key +F1
Read more about Keyboard Shortcuts
- Create keyboard shortcuts to open programs
- Windows Media Player keyboard shortcuts
- Windows Media Center keyboard shortcuts
- Internet Explorer 9 keyboard shortcuts
Also, Scott Landry, a program manager for Office 365, just put together a helpful wiki topic about Troubleshooting mail flow in Office 365. The content is based on a collection of frequently asked questions, revealed Lisa on Office 365 team blog.
Lisa said, “This wiki topic can help you get a good understanding of Delivery Reports so you can troubleshoot any email delivery issues that crop up in your organization. We hope you find the information to be helpful.”
- Why is my message taking so long to arrive at its destination? – Describes how you can use a delivery report to troubleshoot delivery issues with a particular message.
- How do I interpret a Delivery Status Notification (DSN) message? – Explains how you can read a delivery status notification message to determine why a particular message was not delivered (“bounced”).
- Spotlight on Exchange 2010: Delivery Reports Part II (for Administrators) – Explains how an administrator can modify Delivery Report settings to change the level of disclosure of sensitive items in Delivery Reports.