Windows Keyboard Shortcuts
WINDOWS KEY COMBINATIONS
The "WinKey" has the "Flying Window" logo on it, and is found between the ALT and CTRL keys.
Windows-E invokes the Windows Explorer window.
Windows-F starts a file search.
Windows-L locks your system until you enter your password.
Windows-M minimizes all windows.
Windows-R brings up the Run dialog.
Windows-Pause/Break brings up the System Properties dialog.
Highlight a folder in Windows Explorer's folder tree and press Shift-NumPadAsterisk to open the folder and all subfolders.
Highlight one or more files or folders and press Shift-Del to delete them permanently, bypassing the Recycle Bin.
Alt-Enter displays properties of the selected item.
Press Ctrl-Enter to add www. before and .com after the text you've entered thus far (this works only if Web addresses, in the Content | AutoComplete settings in Internet options, is checked).
Press F11 to toggle Kiosk mode (full-screen with no title bar, status bar, or menu).
Ctrl-I toggles the Favorites pane.
Ctrl-B brings up the Organize Favorites dialog.
OUTLOOK EXPRESS (AND OUTLOOK)
Press Ctrl-Enter to send a message.
Windows-Ctrl-F launches the Find Computer dialog to search for a computer
on your local area network.
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