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Windows 7 keyboard shortcuts, including Ctrl+Shift+Click to open program as Administrator

Below lists 15 killer Windows 7 keyboard shortcuts that are sure to improve productivity.
  1. Ctrl+Shift+N to Create a New Folder
  2. Ctrl+Shift+Click to Open a Program As Administrator
  3. Shift+Right-Click Enhances Send to Menu
  4. Shift+Right-Click on a Folder to Open Command Prompt
  5. Win+Space to Quickly Show Desktop
  6. Win+Up/Down/Left/Right for Moving the Active Window
  7. For Dual Monitors: Win+Shift+Left Arrow Key to Move Active Window to Left Monitor
  8. For Dual Monitors: Win+Shift+Right Arrow Key to Move Active Window to Right Monitor
  9. Win+T to Get to Taskbar Items
  10. Shift+Click on a Taskbar App to Open a New Instance of the App
  11. Win+B to Move Focus to the System Tray
  12. Win+P for Quickly Connecting Your Laptop to a Projector
  13. Win+1, on for Opening Taskbar Programs
  14. Win+Pause helps you check System Properties
  15. Ctrl+Shift+Esc Can Quickly Windows Task Manager

15 Killer Windows 7 Keyboard Shortcuts That Might Surprise You [via]

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