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Microsoft Natural Keyboard Shortcuts For Windows Vista

A Microsoft Natural Keyboard is a hardware device designed to help you get more done with greater comfort The following shortcuts require the Windows logo key key, originally found only on Microsoft brand keyboards. However, most keyboard manufactures now include the Windows logo key key.

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Microsoft Natural Keyboard Shortcuts For Windows Vista

  • Windows logo key key – Open or close the Start menu
  • Windows logo key key + PAUSE – Display the System Properties dialog box
  • Windows logo key key + D – Display the desktop
  • Windows logo key key + M – Minimize all windows
  • Windows logo key key + Shift + M – Restore minimized windows to the desktop
  • Windows logo key key + E – Open Computer
  • Windows logo key key + F – Search for a file or folder
  • Windows logo key key + Ctrl + F – Search for computers (if you are on a network)
  • Windows logo key key + L – Lock your computer or switch users
  • Windows logo key key + R – Open the Run dialog box
  • Windows logo key key + T – Cycle through programs on the taskbar
  • Windows logo key key + Tab – Cycle through programs on the taskbar using Windows Flip 3-D
  • Windows logo key key + Ctrl + Tab – Use the arrow keys to cycle through programs on the taskbar by using Windows Flip 3-D
  • Windows logo key key + Spacebar – Bring all gadgets to the front and select Windows Sidebar
  • Windows logo key key + G – Cycle through Sidebar gadgets
  • Windows logo key key + U – Open Ease of Access Center
  • Windows logo key key + X – Open Windows Mobility Center
  • Windows logo key key + any number key – Open the Quick Launch shortcut that is in the position that corresponds to the number. For example, Windows logo key key + 1 to launch the first shortcut in the Quick Launch menu.
View more keyboard shortcut articles for: Windows Vista, Internet Explorer, Windows Media Center, Windows Media Player, Windows Photo Gallery, Windows Command Prompt, and the Windows Mail Program.
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