Help with your keyboard using Linux

Below are lists of the most popular keyboard shortcuts.

Linux Gnome

  • â Alt’ + F1 Opens the Applications Menu’.
  • â Alt’ + F2 Displays the Run Application’ dialog.
  • â Print Screen Takes a screenshot of the entire screen.
  • â Alt’ + Print Screen Takes a screenshot of the current window.
  • â Ctrl’ + Alt’ + right arrow Switches to the workspace to the right of the current workspace.
  • â Ctrl + Alt + left arrow’ Switches to the workspace to the left of the current workspace.
  • â Ctrl + Alt + up arrow’ Switches to the workspace above the current workspace.
  • â Ctrl + Alt +€˜down arrow’ Switches to the workspace below the current workspace.
  • â Ctrl’ + Alt + D’ Minimizes all windows.
  • â F1′ Starts the online help browser, and displays appropriate online Help.

Linux KDE

  • â Alt + F1 Opens the KDE Menu’.
  • â Alt + F2 Execute command.
  • â Print Screen Takes a screenshot of the entire screen.
  • â Alt + Print Screen Takes a screenshot of current window..
  • â Alt + Tab Switch forward among windows.
  • â Alt + Shift + Tab’ Switch backward among windows.
  • â Ctrl + C Copy.
  • â Ctrl + V Paste.
  • â Ctrl + Alt + D’ Minimizes all windows.
  • â F1′ Starts the online help browser, and displays relevant online Help.

You can also find help with your keyboard on these other operating systems:

For MacFor Windows.

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