Microsoft have released an article on 20 essential Windows 7 shortcuts.
The first bit of advice offered is to make sure you have a copy of Windows 7 for this to work. Well you never know – someone may be still trying to run Windows 3.1 and Microsoft would not want those users to waste their time on shortcuts designed for a slightly newer operating system.
Here are the more obvious shortcuts that any geek worthi his 733t t-shirt would already know:
Copy a selected item: Ctrl+C
Cut a selected item: Ctrl+X
Paste a selected item: Ctrl+V
Undo an action: Ctrl+Z
Select everything: Ctrl+A
Here are some of the more obscure but still very handy shortcuts courtesy of Microsoft:
Multitask with multiple monitors
Ctrl + Windows logo key + Shift + Arrow
Do you use more than one monitor at a time? Now you can shift an open window to your other monitor in less than a second.
Make Snap a snap.
Windows logo key + Arrow
If you haven’t checked out Snap, you’re missing out. It’s the perfect way to compare two documents side by side. Use the shortcut for Snap to make it snappier.
While pressing the Windows logo key, click the right or left arrow to snap your document to one side.
Select another document, and do the same thing to compare them side by side.
For a complete list of shortcuts follow this link.
For the 20 essential shortcut article click here.