In order to maximize productivity and blitz through the Windows 10 application stream at a record speed,Keyboard shortcuts'Help as a secret weapon. Windows 10 gives you the ability to create custom keyboard shortcuts that let you instantly launch applications or websites. There are a number of built-in keyboard shortcuts in Windows 10, but do not settle for standards: it's time to create your own, and unexpectedly, it's very simple.
Create custom keyboard shortcuts in Windows 10
To speed up the workflow on your system, most of us would have created "desktop shortcuts" or pinned apps to the taskbar. It's an easy action to perform. You can do this easily by dragging an application from the "Start Menu" onto the desktop or by right-clicking an executable application and selecting the "Create Shortcut" option. However, clicking each shortcut requires additional physical effort and sometimes minimizing the number of applications to access the desktop and clicking the shortcut. This is precisely why we need "custom keyboard shortcuts".
In Windows 10, you can create custom keyboard shortcuts for many programs running on your system. From traditional desktop applications to new universal applications, you can create a shortcut and open it instantly at full speed, without disrupting the activity of your current system.
Here is a step-by-step tutorial on creating these shortcuts.
Add custom keyboard shortcut keys to the desktop shortcuts for the program and the website:
This is one of the most basic approaches for adding custom keyboard shortcuts. Keyboard shortcuts can be added to any software shortcut or website by simply clicking on it with the right mouse button and clicking on "Properties". Then select the 'Shortcut' tab as shown in the screenshot below:
The Properties window includes a "Hot Key" text box that allows you to enter a new keyboard / custom shortcut for the program or web page.
Simply enter your favorite letters and set the new keyboard shortcut. Note that this custom shortcut must be combined with "Ctrl + Alt". Thus, if you select "N", the keyboard shortcut will be "Ctrl + Alt + N".
Once the custom keyboard shortcut is entered, click the 'Apply' button and then click 'OK' to save the changes and close the window.
Now, to open your program or your web page with the new shortcut, just press "Ctrl + Alt + N", it will instantly open as you set it up.
When you try to create a custom keyboard shortcut for a "desktop application" or any application independent of the Windows Store and installed by direct download, you can use the Start menu to create the shortcut. With this method, you avoid creating shortcut icons on the desktop for each application.
To do this, click on Open the "Start Menu". Find the icon / tile of the required application in the Start menu.
NoteIf you can not find the desired application, click on 'All Applications' to simply browse through all the applications installed on your computer.
When you find the application, right-click on the 'More' option to select the 'Open file location' option.
A new window opens with the shortcut icon. Right-click on the application shortcut icon and select properties.
the properties The window will open where the combination of shortcuts can be added.
Note: Like the previous method, the custom shortcut must be combined with Ctrl + Alt. So, if you select E, then the keyboard shortcut would Ctrl + Alt + E.
Click on Apply so what D & #39; agreement.
Your custom shortcut key via the context menu is now created.
The use and accessibility of different applications or websites can not be simpler. Using this simple guide, you can easily and quickly create custom keyboard shortcuts in Windows 10 for the most used applications.