To cut and paste in Windows, move the pointer of your mouse over the file or folder you want to cut, right-click on it, and then click Cut on the shortcut menu. Open the new location for the file or folder, right click o... More »

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Major system shortcuts in Windows are F1 for the help menu, CTRL+ESC to open the Start menu, ALT+TAB to switch between programs that are currently running, ALT+F4 to quit out of a program and the Windows logo button+L to... More »

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The most commonly used keyboard shortcut commands in Windows XP include Select All, Copy, Paste, Cut and Undo; execute these commands by pressing the Ctrl key in conjunction with the A, C, V, X and Z keys, respectively. ... More »

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To refresh a Windows 8 PC, press the Windows key and the C key together or navigate the mouse pointer to the bottom right or top right corner of the screen in order to make the Charms bar appear, then click on "Settings,... More »

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Windows 8 can be shut down by moving the mouse pointer to the lower right corner of the screen, clicking on settings in the menu that appears, clicking on the power button in the next menu and selecting Shut Down. This t... More »

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To resize a window in Windows 7, move the mouse pointer to any borders of the window, click and hold down the left mouse button, and drag the mouse left and right, or up and down, depending on the selected border. Altern... More »

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To reset Windows 8 PC back to an earlier date, move the mouse to the top-right corner of the screen, move the pointer downwards and select Search. Type "Recovery" into the search box, click Settings on the right-hand sid... More »

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