Most of us use Windows 10. But these are just a few hacks that will make your user experience much higher.
Thank you @Exit_to_DOS, @guyrleech, @neilgarner, @teroalhonen & @OliveJuice404 (I already knew his hack)1. Using Bluetooth to lock and unlock your PC This function lets you lock your PC every time your phone moves away. Best for people who really want privacy with their work. How to enable Dynamic Lock? a. Open Settings. b. Click Accounts c. Click Sign-in options. 4. Select the checkbox Allow Windows to detect when you're away and automatically lock the device.
2. Copying error text All of us experience Windows errors. We need to search online for help. But there's a way to copy the error text very easily. So all you need to do is: Press Ctrl+C
That you can use bluetooth on your phone as a proximity sensor to lock your pc everytime your phone moves away.— Brian (@Exit_to_DOS) January 18, 2020
3. Toggle case of characters (only in Office) Sometimes we type in characters in the wrong case (i.e. Title Case, lowercase, uppercase) so this shortcut which works only in Office is very interesting. You just have to select the text and use the keys: Shift+F3
Ctrl c on a dialog box to put the text into the clipboard for ease of searching for help pic.twitter.com/sLqT3f1UpB— Guy Leech (@guyrleech) January 18, 2020
4. Type the date into Notepad in less then a second This is useful if you're maintaining a record/log of something. All you need to do is press the key: F5
Windows - select text shift+f3 in word to loop through all lowercase/initial upper case/all uppercase— Neil Garner (@neilgarner) January 18, 2020
5. Quick and easy way to reopen closed tabs in Chrome, Edge, Internet Explorer, Firefox, and other apps. Sometimes we end up closing the wrong tab. So this shortcut is the right one for you. All you need to do is press the key combo: Ctrl+Shift+T
F5 on Notepad to check the time & date pic.twitter.com/0BBztvdIkj— Tero Alhonen (@teroalhonen) January 18, 2020
This may not work on pages like certain payment gateways because the info must be in the URL (a transaction ID) or else important data will be lost.
Ctrl Shift T in browsers is probably the most important shortcut in modern computing. Most people won't benefit much from speeding up their normal process with shortcuts, but they benefit greatly being able to immediately recover what was lost.— Olive Juice (@OliveJuice404) January 18, 2020
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