Shortcut keys provide users with an easy and fast way to get things done. Remembering them can take a little while, but once you get used to them, things become a lot easier and more productive.
Microsoft released Windows 10 last month with a plethora of new features and enhancements. It also came with new shortcuts. Some users have already been using Microsoft’s online documentation that outlines the shortcuts but a new printable version is now available.
It can be difficult to browse through the online version and doing so requires access to the internet. For offline use, Microsoft has released a .docx format (via Mary Jo Foley) which has over 40 shortcut keys dealing with various aspects of Windows 10. Note that the document highlights shortcut keys which require use of the Windows key, not “Alt” or “Ctrl”.
You can download the document from here and try to trim some time off your routine by using them.