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Ask Top 7 Windows7 Tips

Discussion in 'Computer Tips' started by Lukastech Blog, May 14, 2018.

  1. Lukastech Blog

    Lukastech Blog Enthusiast Established

    Are you a Windows 7 user and interested in some new ways of exploiting all that this operating system has to offer? Well in this article I intend to feature tons of different tips and secrets that will keep you busy for some time to come; tips such as button combinations for easy application access optimisation tweaks , feature expansion and much more.

    1. Use Windows Key and Arrow Keys

    By pressing the Windows Key and either the Right or Left arrow key, it is possible for you to dock the Windows screen either to the left or right, depending on which arrow key you use.

    When you use the Windows Key in combination with the Up arrow, it will maximise the Window, with the Down arrow it will resize, then minimise the Window.

    It’s also possible for you to stretch the Window vertically by combining the Windows Key with the Shift and Up arrow keys. If you have a multi-display setup, then using Windows Key + Shift + the Left or Right arrow keys, you can move the Window from one monitor to another.

    2. Use Windows Key and Numbers

    If you combine the Windows Key with a Number (on your keyboard), it will open the Window to the corresponding open program in your Taskbar. For example, if you have several programs active. Adobe Photoshop (1), Firefox (2), Control Panel (3) and Windows Explorer (4), combining the Windows Key + 3 would make Control Panel the active Window.

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