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Windows Hotkeys


A Great guide to Windows Hotkeys

Windows 10 Hacking
Keyboard shortcutAction
Windows keyOpen or close Start Menu.
Windows key + AOpen Action center.
Windows key + COpen Cortana in listening mode.
Windows key + DDisplay and hide the desktop.
Windows key + EOpen File Explorer.
Windows key + GOpen Game bar when a game is open.
Windows key + HOpen the Share charm.
Windows key + IOpen Settings.
Windows key + KOpen the Connect quick action.
Windows key + LLock your PC or switch accounts.
Windows key + MMinimize all windows.
Windows key + ROpen Run dialog box.
Windows key + SOpen Search.
Windows key + UOpen Ease of Access Center.
Windows key + XOpen Quick Link menu.
Windows key + NumberOpen the app pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number.
Windows key + Left arrow keySnap app windows left.
Windows key + Right arrow keySnap app windows right.
Windows key + Up arrow keyMaximize app windows.
Windows key + Down arrow keyMinimize app windows.
Windows key + CommaTemporarily peek at the desktop.
Windows key + Ctrl +DAdd a virtual desktop.
Windows key + Ctrl + Left or Right arrowSwitch between virtual desktops.
Windows key + Ctrl + F4Close current virtual desktop.
Windows key + EnterOpen Narrator.
Windows key + HomeMinimize all but the active desktop window (restores all windows on second stroke).
Windows key + PrtScnCapture a screenshot and save in Screenshots folder.
Windows key + Shift + Up arrowStretch the desktop window to the top and bottom of the screen.
Windows key + TabOpen Task view.
Windows key + “+” keyZoom in using the magnifier.
Windows key + “-” keyZoom out using the magnifier.
Ctrl + Shift + EscOpen Task Manager.
Alt + TabSwitch between open apps.
Alt + Left arrow keyGo back.
Alt + Right arrow keyGo foward.
Alt + Page UpMove up one screen.
Alt + Page downMove down one screen.
Ctrl + Alt +TabView open apps
Ctrl + CCopy selected items to clipboard.
Ctrl + XCut selected items.
Ctrl + VPaste content from clipboard.
Ctrl + ASelect all content.
Ctrl + ZUndo an action.
Ctrl + YRedo an action.
Ctrl + DDelete the selected item and move it to the Recycle Bin.
Ctrl + EscOpen the Start Menu.
Ctrl + ShiftSwitch the keyboard layout.
Ctrl + Shift + EscOpen Task Manager.
Ctrl + F4Close the active window.

10 Steps For Securing Your Home Network

  1. Change the name of your home wireless network

Changing your Wi-Fi’s name makes it harder for malicious hackers to know what type of router you have. If a cybercriminal knows the manufacturer of your router, they will know what vulnerabilities that model has and then exploit them.

  1. Choose a strong and unique password for your wireless network

Your wireless router comes pre-set with a default password. But it’s fairly easy for hackers to guess it, especially if they know the manufacturer.

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The dangers of using DIY home security systems

The state of Nevada requires that a security alarm to be physically checked out the alarm. You can be on vacation relaxing on the beach and all of a sudden you get an alert on your iPhone that someone is breaking into your house. You open the app and watch in horror as three strangers go through your house. You call the police and they ask you if you have physically checked on your property. No you’re on vacation. The police tell you about the law, and they will try to get someone over to your house in a couple of hours when they have a trooper free. They ask you to be sure to save the video from your cameras for their report.

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