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Note: [NEW] denotes a new keyboard shortcut introduced in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.

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ShortcutDescription
Windows KeyÖffnet das Startmenü
+1, +2, etc.Switch to the desktop and launch the nth application in the taskbar. For example, +1 launches whichever application is first in the list, numbered from left to right.
+AOpen the action center.

Öffnet das Info-Center

+BHighlight the notification area.
+CLaunch Cortana into listening mode.[1] Users can begin to speak to Cortana immediately
+DSwitch between Show Desktop (hides/shows any applications and other windows) and the previous state.

Wechselt zum Desktop

+ESwitch to the desktop and launch File Explorer with the Quick Access tab displayed.

Startet den Windows Explorer

+FOpens the Feedback Hub with a screenshot attached to your feedback.
+HOpen the Share  charm.

Öffnet das Teilen-Menü, beispielsweise um einen Screenshot des Desktops zu versenden.

+IOpen the Settings  app.

Öffnet das Einstellungsmenü

+KOpen the Connect pane to connect to wireless displays and audio devices.
+LLock the device and go to the Lock screen.

Sperrt das System

+MSwitch to the desktop and minimize all open windows.
+OLock device orientation.
+POpen the Project pane to search and connect to external displays and projectors.
+RDisplay the Run dialog box.
+SLaunch Cortana.[2] Users can begin to type a query immediately.

Search for apps and files. Just type the app name (partially) or executable name (if you know it) and press Enter. Or Ctrl + Shift+ Enter if you need this elevated.

+TCycle through the apps on the taskbar.
+ULaunch the Ease of Access Center.

Öffnet das Center für die erleichterte Bedienung (Bildschirmlupe, Bildschirmtastatur, hoher Kontrast etc.)

+VCycle through notifications.
+XOpen the advanced menu in the lower-left corner of the screen.
+X+AOpens Command Prompt with administrative rights.
+X+MOpens Device Manager.
+X+POpens Control Panel.
+X+U then SPuts your PC to sleep.
+ZOpen the app-specific command bar.
+ENTERLaunch Narrator.

Startet die Sprachausgabe.

+SPACEBARSwitch input language and keyboard layout.
+TABOpen Task view.

Alle virtuellen Desktops werden in der Übersicht angezeigt.

+ ,Peek at the desktop.
+Plus SignZoom in.

Bildschirmlupe (wird mit Windows + ESC beendet)

+Minus SignZoom out.

Bildschirmlupe (wird mit Windows + ESC beendet)

+ESCAPEClose Magnifier.
+LEFT ARROWDock the active window to the left half of the monitor.
+RIGHT ARROWDock the active window to the right half of the monitor.
+UP ARROWMaximize the active window vertically and horizontally.
+DOWN ARROWRestore or minimize the active window.
+ALT +D [NEW] Opens date and time flyout on the taskbar.
+ALT +RStart/stop recording your apps & games.
+SHIFT +<number>Opens a new window of whatever icon (app) is in that position on the taskbar (as will Shift + Click on the icon).
+SHIFT +CTRL +<number>Opens a new window of whatever icon (app) is in that position on the taskbar with administrative rights.
+SHIFT +C[NEW] Opens Cortana to listen to an inquiry.
+SHIFT+UP ARROWMaximize the active window vertically, maintaining the current width.
+SHIFT+
DOWN ARROW
Restore or minimize the active window vertically, maintaining the current width.
+SHIFT+LEFT ARROWWith multiple monitors, move the active window to the monitor on the left.
+SHIFT+RIGHT ARROWWith multiple monitors, move the active window to the monitor on the right.
+HOMEMinimize all nonactive windows; restore on second keystroke.
+PRNT SCRNTake a picture of the screen and place it in the Computer>Pictures>Screenshots folder.
+CTRL+LEFT/RIGHT arrowSwitch to the next or previous virtual desktop.
+CTRL+DCreate a new virtual desktop.

Ein neuer virtueller Desktop wird angelegt

+CTRL+F4Close the current virtual desktop.

Schließt einen virtuellen Desktop

+?Launch the Windows Feedback App.

Generelle Kürzel

Quick access to basic system functions:

  • Ctrl + Shift + Esc: Opens Task Manager.

Capturing what’s on your screen:

  • Alt + PrtScrn: Takes a screenshot of open window and copies to your clipboard.

Mastering File Explorer:

  • Alt + D in File Explorer or browser: Puts you in the address bar.
  • F2 on a file: Renames the file.
  • Shift + Right-click in File Explorer: Will give you option to launch Command Prompt with whatever folder you are in as the starting path.
  • Shift + Right-click on a file: “Copy as path” is added to the context menu.

Remote Desktop and Virtual Desktop:

  • CTRL + ALT + Left Arrow: VM change keyboard focus back to host.
  • CTRL + ALT + HOME: Remote Desktop change keyboard focus back to host.

For example, in a VM, CTRL + ALT + Left Arrow then ALT + TAB lets you get focus back and switch to an app on your dev machine besides the VM.

Other neat keyboard shortcuts:

  • Alt + X in WordPad: Using on a selected character or word in WordPad will show/hides the Unicode.
  • Alt + Y on a UAC prompt: Automatically chooses yes and dismisses the prompt.
  • Ctrl + mouse scroll-wheel: Scrolling will zoom and un-zoom many things across the OS. Middle clicking on the mouse scroll-wheel will dismiss tabs, open windows in taskbar, and notifications from the Action Center (new).
  • Shift + F10: Will open the context menu for whatever is in focus.

Surface Device Tastaturkürzel

Here are some useful keyboard shortcuts on Surface devices:

  • Fn + Left arrow: Home
  • Fn + Right arrow: End
  • Fn + Up arrow: Page Up
  • Fn + Down arrow: Page Down
  • Fn + Del: Increases screen brightness.
  • Fn + Backspace: Decreases screen brightness.
  • Fn + Spacebar: Takes a screenshot of the entire screen or screens and puts it into your clipboard.
  • Fn + Alt + Spacebar: Takes a screenshot of an active window and puts it into your clipboard.

For more keyboard shortcuts in Windows 10 – click here.

Know of other lesser-known shortcuts that are not in the list above? Let us know.

 

[1] If Cortana is unavailable or disabled, this shortcut has no function.

[2] Cortana is only available in certain countries/regions, and some Cortana features might not be available everywhere. If Cortana is unavailable or disabled, this command opens Search.

Geändert am: 1. August 2016 von Carola Pantenburg