Quickly open the System Properties by pressing the Windows key and the Pause key at the same time. This is a great thing to remember if you find yourself needing to get into the Device Manager frequently.
|Learn for PC||
Quickly find a program or file that is located on your computer in Windows Vista and Windows 7 using Windows Search Box.
Create tables in Microsoft Word by typing a plus (+) to start the table and tab until you want the table cell or table to end. For example, in the below example we have three (+) symbols separated by a single tab that would create a table similar to the table shown below them after pressing the enter key.
+ + +
Quickly undo mistakes in the majority of windows programs by pressing the shortcut key CTRL + Z. For example, if you mistakenly cut or deleted text in Microsoft Word pressing the CTRL and the Z key at the same time would undo that change.
Most Windows programs also support the ability to undo multiple changes. Continuing to press CTRL + Z will undo one change at a time often back up to 12 or more changes.
Redo The Undo:
If you undo something you did not mean to undo pressing CTRL + Y will redo the undo.
Send to is a feature that enables users to send programs to an alternate location, or a location where you store all your files. An example of the send to feature is right-clicking a file and clicking send to and then Desktop (create shortcut). Users can create their own send to destinations by following the below steps.
Microsoft Windows 95, 98 and ME users:
Create a shortcut in the windows\sendto directory
Other Windows Users:
Create a shortcut in the documents and settings\<user name>\sendto directory.
Note: <user name> is the name of the user logging into the computer. In addition it is possible that the sendto directory is hidden.