May 7, 2017
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64 Best and Most Useful Keyboard Shortcut that MacBook Power Users Know – Some Hidden Keyboard Shortcut

MacBooks or Mac computers is an awesome notebook computers developed by Apple Inc, while all MacBooks also preinstalled with its own operating system – MAC OS X. Mac OS X is the latest Macintosh operating systems for Apple computer that launched in 2001. There are a ton of hidden keyboard shortcuts in MacBooks or Mac OS X.

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Here are 64 best keyboard shortcut for MacBook, Mac OS X:

  1. Command+A: Selects all items in the active window (icon view), all items in the column (column view), or all items in the list (cover flow view)
  2. Command+C: Copies selected items
  3. Command+D: Duplicates the selected item(s)
  4. Command+E: Ejects the selected volume
  5. Command+F: Displays the Find dialog
  6. Command+H: Hides All Finder windows
  7. Command+I: Shows info for selected item or items
  8. Command+J: Shows the view options for the active window
  9. Command+K: Displays the Connect to Server dialog
  10. Command+L: Creates an alias for the selected item
  11. Command+M: Minimizes the active window
  12. Command+N: Opens a new Finder window
  13. Command+O: Opens (or launches) the selected item
  14. Command+R: Shows the original for selected alias
  15. Command+T: Adds the selected item to the Sidebar
  16. Command+V: Pastes items from the Clipboard
  17. Command+W: Closes the active window
  18. Command+X: Cuts the selected items
  19. Command+Z: Undoes the last action (if possible)
  20. Command+,: Displays Finder Preferences
  21. Command+1: Shows the active window in icon mode
  22. Command+2: Shows the active window in list mode
  23. Command+3: Shows the active window in column mode
  24. Command+4: Shows the active window in cover flow mode
  25. Command+[: Moves back to the previous Finder location
  26. Command+]: Moves forward to the next Finder location
  27. Command+Del: Moves selected items to the Trash
  28. Command+up-arrow: Show enclosing folder
  29. Command+`: Cycles through windows
  30. Command+/: Shows/Hides Status bar
  31. Command+?: Displays the Mac OS X Help Viewer
  32. Command+Shift+A: Takes you to your Applications folder
  33. Command+Shift+C: Takes you to the top-level Computer location
  34. Command+Shift+G: Takes you to a folder that you specify
  35. Command+Shift+H: Takes you to your Home folder
  36. Command+Shift+I: Connects you to your iDisk
  37. Command+Shift+Q: Logs you out
  38. Command+Shift+N: Creates a new untitled folder in the active window
  39. Command+Shift+P: Shows/Hides Preview pane
  40. Command+Shift+T: Shows/Hides Tab bar
  41. Command+Shift+U: Takes you to your Utilities folder
  42. Command+Shift+Del: Deletes the contents of the Trash
  43. Command+Option+H: Hides all windows except the Finder’s window(s)
  44. Command+Option+I: Opens the Inspector for the selected items
  45. Command+Option+N: Creates a new Smart Folder
  46. Command+Option+T: Hides the Finder window toolbar
  47. Command+Option+Space: Opens the Spotlight window
  48. Command+Space: Opens the Spotlight menu
  49. F8: Choose another desktop using Spaces
  50. Control+up-arrow or F3: Displays the Mission Control screen
  51. Control+down-arrow or Control+F3: Shows all open windows for the current application using Mission Control
  52. F11 or Command+F3: Hides all windows to display the Desktop using Mission Control
  53. F12 or F4: Displays your Dashboard widgets
  54. Space: Quick Look
  55. C: Boots from the CD or DVD that’s loaded in your optical drive (if you have one) or a bootable USB flash drive
  56. Media Eject: Ejects the CD or DVD in your optical drive (if you have one)
  57. Option: Displays a system boot menu allowing you to choose the operating system and/or volume
  58. Shift: Runs your MacBook in Safe Mode, preventing your Login Items from running; runs a directory check
  59. T: Starts your laptop in FireWire or Thunderbolt Target Disk mode
  60. Command+R: Boots from the El Capitan Recovery HD
  61. Command+Option+R: Boots El Capitan Recovery using your Internet connection
  62. Command+V: Show OS X Console messages
  63. Command+S: Starts your MacBook in Single User Mode
  64. Command+Option+P+R: Resets Parameter RAM (PRAM)

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