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  1. #11
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    alt + tab. Switch between running aplication windows.
    Carve my name into concrete, so that they know that I'm Alive

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    Windows Key + Tab (iirc): Does that cool windows switching thing in Vista.

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    Ctrl + R to refresh the page

    Ctrl + D to add to favorites (internet explorer)

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    Well, working off of a couple of created desktop shortcuts, F6 for restart, and F7 for shutdown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XYZ View Post
    Well, working off of a couple of created desktop shortcuts, F6 for restart, and F7 for shutdown.
    That's a pretty good idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Wise Monkey View Post
    That's a pretty good idea.
    Here is the start of the procedure...
    http://www.tweakxp.com/article36927.aspx

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    Yeah, I use the shutdown command if I am watching a move in bed in case I fall asleep. Windows->Run-> shutdown -s -t 3600 shuts the PC down after an hour.
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    But what's great is:
    Ctrl-Z - to undo
    Ctrl-Y - to redo

    which also come in handy in succession for positioning me back to where I was editing in a large document after I've scroll-bar'ed to somewhere else.
    Ctrl-Z and Ctrl-Y are by far the best. Think about it: If you could do anything a computer can but in real life, wouldn't it be the ability to undo a mistake? Or repeat the best moments of life a million times over and over again? Just be careful not to undo your existence by rewinding your birth. XD

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