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Comprehensive list of Windows hotkeys.


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how can i disable win+d?

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Bravo pour le travail!! Très utile! Je partage avec mes contacts, avec l'adresse de la page, bien sûr. merci!
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This is great.
Thanks whoever thought of this.

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Awesome awesome post.. Is there any shrt cut key to stop loading the default profile on the system when windiws xp is booting?? I have say 3 profiles, one of them is default, which loads automatically.. but some time i have to access the other profile.. i do not mind entering the password if the password promt appears, but i want windows from stop loading the default profile..

thanks for any replies...

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We might as well start a list for Vista... Here's my first one:

CTRL+ Mousewheel: Zoom Desktop Icon size
(from 16x16 minimum up to 256x256 maximum)

Regards, Greg.

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Awesome awesome post.. Is there any shrt cut key to stop loading the default profile on the system when windiws xp is booting?? I have say 3 profiles, one of them is default, which loads automatically.. but some time i have to access the other profile.. i do not mind entering the password if the password promt appears, but i want windows from stop loading the default profile..

thanks for any replies...

Don't have it automatically load a default profile then...?

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thanx, jonny.
Some of these hotkeys are really useful, but i'll use them without AutoHotkey
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BackSpace: Go up one level to the parent directory.

wrong answer :shock: this is just like hitting back
alt+up goes up to parent directory please correct this asap
Never lose.
WIN or LEARN.

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On what OS? Alt+Up does nothing for me on 2k/Explorer.
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vista ult ...
really
i was sure that wasnt new
ill have to dig deeper now
Edit after testing on a xp box in other room
this change affects only vista
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Hey, dude. I just wanted to let you know that this list is the greatest. Thanks for it.

And I love messing with my friends' heads when i invert their computer screens. :D

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Win+L = Logout: Officially tested and it works.

This is on Windows XP Media, I'm going to test it on a Vista.

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alt+space+M to pull up a windows file menu for selected program. Good for finding off-screen programs.

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Win+L = Logout: Officially tested and it works.

This is on Windows XP Media, I'm going to test it on a Vista.


This locks the PC in most cases......
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So I know I'm breaking a dozen taboos of forum necromancy, but I've got two hotkeys that were missed on XP systems (at least they work on the three XP machines I've tried them on, so I thought they'd be worth adding):

Ctrl+Alt+Right Arrow - Turn display 90 degrees clockwise.
Ctrl+Alt+Left Arrow - Turn display 90 degrees counter-clockwise