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Windows 2000 Quick Jump Keys

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futile    0

anyone know anymore of these for Win2k or XP.. (I'm running Win2k)

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I know

WIN + D = Minimize all

WIN + E = Open Explorer

WIN + PAUSE = Open System (under control panel)

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[WIN = windowkey if you wondered]

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Futile

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Quboid    0

WIN + F = find

Ctrl Alt E = open better exlorer alternative * ;)

* assuming you have one installed, youve made a shortcut and you've set that shortcut to run with Crtl Alt E like I always do :roll:

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futile    0

better exlorer alternative ?

would be interested on info for that, and how do you set Hotkeys up in Win2k ?

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Also I know the

Ctrl + Esc = Start Menu

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thanks

FUTILE

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Quboid    0
Originally posted by futile  

better exlorer alternative ?

would be interested on info for that, and how do you set Hotkeys up in Win2k ?

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Also I know the

Ctrl + Esc = Start Menu  

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thanks

FUTILE

I started a thread about Explorer alternatives http://www.neowin.net/bboard/showthread.ph...s=&threadid=936

I'm now using Turbo Navigator, which is basically perfect except for awful file selection.

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DjmUK    0

Here are a couple

I know dozens of them, but it'll take ages to type them all up.

Display Internet Explorer Help, or when in a dialog box, display context Help on an item. F1

Toggle between full-screen and regular views of the browser window. F11

Move forward through the items on a Web page, the Address bar, and the Links bar. TAB

Move back through the items on a Web page, the Address bar, and the Links bar. SHIFT+TAB

Go to your Home page. ALT+HOME

Go to the next page. ALT+RIGHT ARROW

Go to the previous page. ALT+LEFT ARROW or

BACKSPACE

Display a shortcut menu for a link. SHIFT+F10

Move forward between frames. CTRL+TAB or

F6

Move back between frames. SHIFT+CTRL+TAB

Scroll toward the beginning of a document. UP ARROW

Scroll toward the end of a document. DOWN ARROW

Scroll toward the beginning of a document in larger increments. PAGE UP

Scroll toward the end of a document in larger increments. PAGE DOWN

Move to the beginning of a document. HOME

Move to the end of a document. END

Find on this page. CTRL+F

Refresh the current Web page. F5 or

CTRL+R

Refresh the current Web page, even if the time stamp for the Web version and your locally stored version are the same. CTRL+F5

Stop downloading a page. ESC

Go to a new location. CTRL+O or

CTRL+L

Open a new window. CTRL+N

Close the current window. CTRL+W

Save the current page. CTRL+S

Print the current page or active frame. CTRL+P

Activate a selected link. ENTER

Open the Search bar. CTRL+E

Open the Favorites bar. CTRL+I

Open the History bar. CTRL+H

In the History or Favorites bars, open multiple folders. CTRL+click

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Jack Frost    0

Here's some i didnt see posted here already

Win + U = Utility Manager

Win + R = Run

Win + Ctrl + F = Find Computer

Win + L = Lock Computer

Win + M = Minimize All Windows (Win + D just toggles between the Show the Desktop, Show Open Windows option you see when right clicking the taskbar)

And my Personal fav Ctrl + Shift + Esc which launches the windows task manager

And it appears that pressing Win + Esc while typing this clears the whole text box on me so this is the second time i typed this out in an attempt to post it :D

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configure    1

Highlight the specific icon, hold ALT and press enter == right-click -> properties.

/me learn 'lots of new hotkey today.. :D

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