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Tips to make computer usage easy
Tto get back a tab you closed, just press "Control" (or "Command" on Mac), plus "Shift," plus "T," and it will magically reappear.
Press the F4 button in Excel, to repeats the last command.
Click the "middle" button on your mouse, it will open the link in a new browser tab. And if you middle-click an open tab, it will close it.
In Google Chrome, if you press "S" while you right click on an image it will do a reverse Google search. That means you'll be able to see where that photo is and where it potentially originated.
Most people know you can hit the space bar to pause a YouTube video, but sometimes this causes it to scroll down the page if you haven't already clicked on the video. If you press "K," this will play (or pause) the video every time.
Hitting the "J" key will cause you to go backward 10 seconds, while hitting the "L" key will make you go forward 10 seconds
If you click the "Windows" key, plus one of the arrows (right, left, up, down), your current window will move to that side of the screen.
Similarly, "Windows," plus "Shift," plus one of the arrows will move your window into whatever monitor is that way (right, for example).
On a Windows machine, hit "Windows," plus "L" to lock your computer.
If you press "Control" plus "Alt" plus one of the arrow keys, it will rotate your screen that way. Note: this doesn't work for all computers