10 Essential Windows 8.1 Keyboard Shortcuts Updated on November 4, 2014 By Windows Guy 22 Comments My List Of 80+ Free Downloads: goo.gl/mmcnXq Craig The Tech Teacher teaches everything one needs to know about Windows 8.1. This series of videos aims… By Windows Guy 22 Comments Ryio5 November 4, 2014 Floppy Disk drive… wut? Peter Nikolic November 4, 2014 You have 24,722 Subscribers, yet your videos get 100-800 Views :( MATT WESTHACKZ November 4, 2014 craig im gonna sub and watch ur videos when u upload them Aaron McKillip November 4, 2014 Great Video! Windows Key + C is another great shortcut to use. It brings up your Charm Bar to shut down the PC cyanidedroid November 4, 2014 Sidewinder X4 <3 Gary Brewer November 4, 2014 Shared this on LinkedIn and also Liked the video! R.J. Arsenault November 4, 2014 windows key + S does the search thing too. JR Rodriguez November 4, 2014 Great stuff, just what I was looking for! Soumil Gad November 4, 2014 wow this series really helps i have been using Mac all my life and its hard for me to change and adjust to windows Thanks for bringing up this series you’ve earned yourself +1 subscribers CrashSteve November 5, 2014 Great series!! This is my third video I’ve watched in this series. Very helpful. I just got a new pc(set it up last night) and it came with Windows 8: hate at first sight. You have given me hope. Thanks Sonic The Hedgehog November 5, 2014 question:if you change the pc name after you installed windows 8 then,why does windows askes a password even thou you never putted a password? Davin Peterson November 5, 2014 Windows 7 had Flip 3D, but it was removed in Windows 8 Miriam Slozberg November 5, 2014 great info, thanks so much abhiroop ashok November 5, 2014 yusur atrah November 5, 2014 smart shortcuts , thank you Craig :) ricksinclairnyc November 5, 2014 windows r to summon a “run” box Ralph Ott November 5, 2014 very good Goldschmiede Plaar November 5, 2014 good to know Scotty Barker November 5, 2014 Man you on the ball! Marcus H. November 5, 2014 Nice! Though, as a techie type, I found the Win + X key to be invaluable. All the more common settings and config GUIs one would normally need. Mary Helen Ferris November 5, 2014 http://www.scoop.it/t/freedomoftheinternet/p/4022562311/2014/06/05/20-amazing-windows-7-performance-boosting-tips-youtube +Craig Chamberlin appreciate the learning opportunity Neel Patel November 5, 2014 Comments are closed.