14 Linux Shortcuts

1x1.trans 14 Linux Shortcuts

Here is a few keyboard shortcuts for Linux to make them easier to handle any district using:

  1. Ctrl + C – Copy (as in Windows)
  2. Ctrl + V – Paste (as in Windows)
  3. Alt + Tab – Switch from windows or applications (as in Windows).
  4. Ctrl + F1, F2 …. F12 – switch between consoles.
  5. Alt + F1 – Main Menu.
  6. Caps Lock + F10 – Menu  shortcut.
  7. Alt + F2 – Run Application.
  8. Alt + F4 or Ctrl + W – Close sale.
  9. Ctrl + Alt + Del - He spoke close / exit session.

    10. Ctrl + Alt + Space – Close session.

    11. Ctrl + Alt + D – Minimize all windows.

    12. Alt + F5 – Demaximizar a window.

    13. Print Screen - Capture  an image around the  desk.

    14. Alt + Print Screen - Capture  an image in the active window.

     Some may vary depending on the district or keyboard use.

photo by: cheetah100

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