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Use the below Windows 7 keyboard shortcuts to make the most of your Windows 7 experience. Pressing theWindows keyand Left or Rightarrow keyswill dock the window your viewing to the left or right side of the screen. Pressing theWindows keyand the Up arrowmaximizesa window and pressing theWindows keyand the down arrow willresizeand thenminimizethe window. UseShiftto stretch awindowvertically, press theWindows keyShift+ the Uparrow key. If you have multiple monitors, use theWindows key+Shift+the Left arrow or Right arrow to move the window to another monitor. If you ever need tozoomin or out of what is being displayed on your screen press theWindows keyand the+(plus) or-(minus) keys. Pressing the plus zooms in and once zoomed in the minus will zoom out. If you are not viewing a window infull screenand have other windows open in the background clear all background open windows by pressing theWindows key+ theHome. Find and run anything in Windows with the Windows 7 search box. Click theStart orbor press theWindows keyand type the name of the program you want to run or file you want to edit. Windows 7 does a good job at finding an exact match and pressEnterto execute that program or open that file. If more than one match is found, use the up and down arrow keys to select the file you want to open and then pressEnter. Some programs may require administrator mode to function properly. If youd like, you can run any program as administrator from the search box. To do this, type the name of the program you want to run into the search box, but do not pressEnter. Instead, pressCtrl+Shift+Enter. This shortcut runs the program asadministrator. If you want to click and run a program as administrator hold down theCtrl+Shiftand then click the icon. All programs can bepinnedto theTaskbarand allow easy access to your favorite programs without having to use the Start menu. To Pin a program to the Taskbarright-clickthe program or shortcut to the program and in the menu choose thePin to Taskbaroption. Alternatively, you can also drag the icon to the Taskbar. If you want to remove a pinned program, right-click the Taskbar icon and clickUnpin this program from the Taskbar. Alternatively, you can also drag the icon from of the Taskbar and then click Unpin this program from the Taskbar. Any pinned or opened program on the Taskbar can be moved and arranged. Click any icon on the Taskbar and drag it to the location you want it to remain. Pressing theWindows keyand anumberon the top row of your keyboard open the window corresponding to the open program on yourTaskbar. For example, in the picture below of the Windows 7 Taskbar,Firefoxis the first icon,Control panelis the second icon, andAdobe Photoshopis the third icon. If theWindows key+3was pressed, Adobe Photoshop would become the active window. To make it even easier arrange your icons (as mentioned above) from left to right by most frequently opened. If you frequently access the same folder (e.g., your favorites, my documents,Dropbox, etc.), pin the folder to theWindows Explorericon on the Taskbar. To do this, drag your favorite folder to the Taskbar until you see Pin to Windows Explorer. Once pinned, right-click the Explorer icon to access that folder under thePinnedsection. If you want to open a second instance or window of a program that is already open, press and hold theShiftand then click the program icon on the Taskbar. Click theAero Peekbutton on the far right edge of the taskbar to get to thedesktop. Windows Vista and Windows 7 allow the WindowsNotification area(aka Systray) to be modified. By default, many of the icons shown in the past are now hidden and give Windows a much cleaner look. Customize this area to make icons show or not show by clicking the up arrow next to the icons and selectingCustomize, as shown in the picture. Once in Customize you can choose what programs show, dont show, or only show notifications. Use theWindowsClearTypeText Tunerto improve the overall quality of all text you read on your screen. To start the ClearType Text Tuner, click the Start Orb and typecttune.exe, then pressEnter. Turn on and off Windows features by clicking Start, typingfeaturesand pressEnter. In the Programs and Features window on the left, clickTurn Windows features on or off. Then, in the Windows Features box, check or uncheck the features youd like to enable or disable. View the reliability history of your computer with theReliability Monitor. Click the Start orb, typereliability, and pressEnterto view the reliability history. In the Reliability Monitor, youll be able to view the overall reliability of your computer and be able to identify any past problems your computer has had. If you want to view your computers performance in real time, use thePerformance Monitor. Click the Start orb, type performance, and pressEnterfor the Performance Monitor. In the Performance Monitor, you can view your computers performance in real time or view a log of your systems performance. By default, Windows 7 has the underlines for keyboard shortcuts like those shown in the picture. To re-enable these underlines in all Windows programs follow the steps below. To change the name of multiple files at once,highlightall the files you want to rename inWindows Explorerand pressF2. Type in the new name you want to use for all files and pressEnter. Once done, all files will be renamed to the name entered, followed by a unique number. Install missing Windows software by installing the free Windows Essentials software package. 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