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Five Key Shortcuts for Making Windows 8 Easier to Use


Chronos the 2nd

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estuary

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Thanks for that info. Another one I find very useful is ALT+F4 which gives you the choice of shut down, switch user, sign out ,sleep and restart.

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rdave13

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I find I'm using the right click more on Win 8 and just using the corners. Quicker than the keyboard short-cuts for me. Quick access is bottom left corner- right click. Shut down choices is right corner-down-settings-power.

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Jock1e

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Some more if you can remember them all.

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jonasmarsh621

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Never knew that this was that easy. Things you learn on the forums is always a welcome sight.

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