by Jerry Stern
Microsoft’s Windows 8 is touch-oriented. But touch isn’t speed. Speed requires a keyboard, and touch requires reaching for a glass surface full of fingerprints. When touch just doesn’t work, keyboard shortcuts can do nearly everything that Windows 8 touch gestures can accomplish. Download the free keyboard shortcuts reference chart for Windows 8 here, presented by PC410.com.
Still using Windows 7? The most-popular keyboard shortcuts for Windows 7 are on the bottom half of the new chart, or download the Windows 7 edition here.
If either chart opens in your browser, and you’d like a PDF to save, right-click on the link, and choose ‘Save Link as…’ Watch where your browser saves it so that you can open the free keyboard shortcuts chart later for printing.