Content of the material
- Shortcut Key Notes
- Taskbar keyboard shortcuts
- Dialog box keyboard shortcuts
- Duplicate a Folder or any Application in a Computer?
- What are shortcut keys to create new folders in Windows 10?
- Method #2: Create a new folder by right-clicking
- How to Create a New Folder with Shortcut on a Mac
- Post navigation
Shortcut Key Notes
- Whenever shortcut keys are listed, with a plus sign ( + ) in the string, such as Ctrl+C, this indicates that the Ctrl key is held while the letter C is pressed.
- When a shortcut key is listed with commas separating the string, such as Alt+F, W, F, the Alt key is held while the letter F is pressed, but then both these keys are released while the W and F keys are pressed one after the other.
- You can use either upper or lower case letters in these shortcut key combinations. Uppercase letters are just shown in this article for clarity.
Taskbar keyboard shortcuts
Press this key To do this Shift + click a taskbar button Open an app or quickly open another instance of an app. Ctrl + Shift + click a taskbar button Open an app as an administrator. Shift + right-click a taskbar button Show the window menu for the app. Shift + right-click a grouped taskbar button Show the window menu for the group. Ctrl + click a grouped taskbar button Cycle through the windows of the group.
Dialog box keyboard shortcuts
The following table contains keyboard shortcuts that you can use in dialog boxes. Press this key To do this F1 Display Help F4 Display the items in the active list Ctrl + Tab Move forward through tabs Ctrl + Shift + Tab Move back through tabs Ctrl + number (number 1–9) Move to nth tab Tab Move forward through options Shift + Tab Move back through options Alt + underlined letter Perform the command (or select the option) that goes with that letter Spacebar Select or clear the check box if the active option is a check box Backspace Open a folder one level up if a folder is selected in the Save As or Open dialog box Arrow keys Select a button if the active option is a group of option buttons
Duplicate a Folder or any Application in a Computer?
- Click and hold down the left mouse button on the folder or any application
- Then drag it to create a duplicate.
What are shortcut keys to create new folders in Windows 10?
Normally, we right-click in order to create a new folder. On Desktop, you can create a new folder by right-clicking on an empty area, choosing New, and choosing Folder. But Windows 10, as well as 8 and 7, lets you create folders with a keyboard shortcut. Simply press Ctrl + Shift + N and you can see the new folder automatically created on your Desktop and ready for file storage or renaming.
This shortcut works on File Explorer just as well. Simply open the File Explorer (or location where you want a new folder created), press Ctrl + Shift + N, and the new folder crops up in no time.
How about if you want to create a folder in the File Explorer and you want to create it on your desktop at the same time? It’s simple: press Windows key + D. You’ll find that all folders or programs will be minimized and Desktop is the only one open. Follow the earlier steps we showed you and that’s it.
While this shortcut works in Windows 8 and 7, it won’t do so on Windows XP. If you’re a Windows XP user and you seek to create a new folder on Desktop via keyboard shortcuts, hold the Alt + F keys, and then release them before quickly pressing the W key, followed by F.
Method #2: Create a new folder by right-clicking
If you don’t remember the keyboard shortcut (or you just prefer using the mouse):
1. Navigate to the location where you want to create the folder.
2. Right-click on a blank space in the folder location. Take care with this: If you right-click on an existing item in the folder, you’ll get the wrong menu.
3. Select New then Folder from the contextual menu. Windows will create the new folder at your current location.
4. Enter your desired folder name to replace “New folder” and hit Enter.
You can create folders on the Desktop using this method too. Right-click on a blank space on the Desktop, then go to New > Folder.
How to Create a New Folder with Shortcut on a Mac
You can press and hold Command + Shift + N new folder shortcut key combination to create a new folder in Finder on Mac.
You can also open Finder on Mac, and go to the location where you want to create the new folder. Click File menu at the top toolbar on your Mac screen, and click New Folder to create a new folder in the current location.
Still, you can also right-click the blank area to create a new folder on Mac, type a name for it and press Return.
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