Many of us spend a great deal of time on YouTube. Sure, there's a lot of educational content on the video sharing website but time is mainly wasted watching viral videos. You might as well make the most of it by learning some shortcuts that will save you time (so you can watch even more useless videos).
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There's a lot of stuff out there on the web, and you want to be able to get around all of it fast. You can of course make use of your mouse but there are always times when a keyboard combo is more efficient and more convenient. The ones we've listed here have all been tested with Google Chrome, but many will work with other browsers too.
Mac: While learning keyboard shortcuts certainly puts you on the fast track to obtaining your official productivity geek credibility card, it's not for everyone. OptionSpace is a little app for OS X that allows you to instantly pull up a search menu to find various menu bar items just like your would with Spotlight.
Windows 10 comes with a few new keyboard shortcuts to take advantage of new features like the virtual desktop and the action center. Here's a handy table of shortcuts you might not know about yet.
If you want to give the impression that you're a master of Windows 10, learning a few keyboard shortcuts is the best way to go about it — you can navigate around the interface, get apps in position, trigger events and change settings with a couple of taps on your keyboard. Here are 49 shortcuts that will turn you into a Windows 10 ninja in no time.
One of Windows' handiest features is the ability to automatically snap windows to the left or right half of the screen, either with a simple drag or via a handy keyboard shortcut (Windows+the left or right arrow key). In Windows 10, snapping adds a stack of new tricks.
Setting up and using Apple's new Photos app is easy enough, but one thing you might not notice immediately is the ability to keep multiple libraries on your computer. Cult of Mac points to a keyboard shortcut that makes it easy to swap between libraries.