Windows 7 Beta has been released and already millions of people downloaded it.
Keyboard shortcuts will help us to increase productivity and speed of usage of a pc, so it is essential to know the keyboard shortcuts for Windows 7, which added new features.
Microsoft threw quite new shortcuts and hotkeys that differ from the XP and Vista versions. I have found and compiled a list of these new shortcuts plus some you may already be familiar with
Here is a list of all the new Windows 7 keyboard shortcut keys
Windows + ↑ (Up Arrow) – Maximize window
Windows + ← (Left Arrow) – Snap window to left side covering half of the desktop space.
Windows + → (Right Arrow) – Snap window to right side covering half of the desktop space.
Windows + ↓ (Down Arrow) – Minimize the window. Restore to normal size and position if the window is currently maximized.
Win+Shift+Left – Jump to the left monitor.
Win+Shift+Right – Jump to the right monitor.
Win+Home – Minimize / Restore all other windows.
Win+T – Focus on the first taskbar entry. Pressing again will cycle through them, you can arrow around.
Win+Shift+T – Cycles backwards.
Win+Space – Peek at the desktop.
Win+M:- Minimize all open windows
Win+Shift+M:- Undo all window minimization
Win+G – Bring gadgets to the top of the Z-order.
Win+P – External display options (mirror, extend desktop, etc).
Win+X – Mobility Center (same as Vista, but still handy!).
Win+# – (# = a number key) – Launches a new instance of the application in the Nth slot on the taskbar. Example: Win+1 launches first pinned app, Win+2 launches second, etc.
Win + + or Win +– Zoom in or out.