Posted by: Dave Bateman
If you have had the pleasure (insert sarcasm here) of installing windows 8 on your PC ,or you just purchased a new PC and was pleasantly surprised to find that Windows 8 was pre-installed (insert sarcasm again), you may find that you could use a little help navigating. While we do live in a mouse driven world, I find that often the quickest way to do things on a PC is with keyboard short cuts. For example, did you know you can quickly lock the screen by pressing the Windows key and L? You can also display all connected devices by pressing the Windows key and K.
There are a number of other shortcuts you may find handy, and the folks over at Makeuseof.com have put together a nice little cheat sheet that is yours for the asking. If the Windows 8 cheat sheet doesn’t interest you, maybe one of their other cheat sheets will. They have over 30 sheets that range for Google Drive Tips to a Linux Commands Reference.