Windows 7 is a great OS released by Microsoft and have lots of new and improved functionalities. One of such functions is the advancement of the Keyboard shortcuts in the Windows 7 OS.
Windows 7 have the following new and helpful keyboard shortcuts that solve our many problems.
The shortcuts that are added are:
Win+Left/Right arrows: Align the window to each side of the monitor
Win+Up arrow: Maximize the active window
Win+Down arrow: Minimize the window/Restore the window if it’s maximized
Win+Space: All windows are made transparent so you can see the desktop
Win+Home: Minimize all windows but the current window
Well these shortcuts can be used in the Windows 7 OS but with the use of a tool called Windows 7 Shortcuts, we can use the above listed keyboard shortcuts in the XP and Vista OS.
The tool is highly customizable and this is done by right clicking the application in taskbar and entering your own favorite keys in place of the above mentioned keys. If the keys are not genuine then the hotkey will stop running.
The tool is very small in size and requires no installation. It can be downloaded easily from the link mentioned below.