Windows 7 Explorer Shortcuts

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ShortcutDescription
Alt+DSelect the address bar
Alt+EnterDisplay properties for the selected item
Alt+F4Close the active item, or exit the active program
Alt+Left-ArrowView the previous folder
Alt+PDisplay the preview pane
Alt+Right-ArrowView the next folder
Alt+SpacebarOpen the shortcut menu for the active window
Alt+Up-ArrowView the parent folder
Alt-Left+ShiftSwitch the keyboard layout when multiple keyboard layouts are enabled
BackspaceView the previous folder
Ctrl+ASelect all items in a document or window
Ctrl+CCopy the selected item
Ctrl+ESelect the search box
Ctrl+FSelect the search box
Ctrl+F4Close the active document
Ctrl+NOpen a new window
Ctrl+PPrint a topic
Ctrl+ShiftSelect or clear the check box if the active option is a check box
Ctrl+Shift+EDisplay all folders above the selected folder
Ctrl+Shift+EscSwitch the input language when multiple input languages are enabled
Ctrl+Shift+NCreate a new folder
Ctrl+VPaste the selected item
Ctrl+WClose the current window
Ctrl+Win+BSwitch to the program that displayed a message in the notification area
Ctrl+Win+FSearch for computer on a network
Ctrl+XCut the selected item
Ctrl+YRedo an action
Ctrl+ZUndo an action
DeleteDelete the selected item and move it to the Recycle Bin
EscCancel the current task
F1Display Help
F2Rename the selected item
F3Search for a file or folder
F4Display the address bar list in Windows Explorer
F5Refresh the active window
F10Activate the menu bar in the active program
Left-ArrowCollapse the current selection (if it's expanded), or select the parent folder
Right-ArrowDisplay the current selection (if it's collapsed), or select the first subfolder
Shift+DeleteDelete the selected item without moving it to the Recycle Bin first
Shift+F10Display the shortcut menu for the selected item
WinOpen the Start menu
Win+DDisplay the desktop
Win+Down-ArrowMinimize the window
Win+EOpen Computer
Win+FSearch for a file or folder
Win+GCycle through gadgets
Win+HomeMinimize all but the active window
Win+LLock your computer or switch users
Win+Left-ArrowMaximize the window to the Left-Arrow side of the screen
Win+MMinimize all windows
Win+PDisplay the System Properties dialog box
Win+ROpen the Run dialog box
Win+Right-ArrowMaximize the window to the Right-Arrow side of the screen
Win+Shift+Left-ArrowMove a window from one monitor to another
Win+Shift+MRestore minimized windows to the desktop
Win+Shift+Up-ArrowStretch the window to the top and bottom of the scree
Win+SpacebarPreview the desktop
Win+TCycle through programs on the taskbar
Win+UOpen the Ease of Access Center
Win+Up-ArrowMaximize the window

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