To manage Windows with the mouse in Windows 10 is easy, but to make it faster, increasing their productivity, it is better to use hotkeys. Here are the most useful:
Alt + Tab. Press and hold Alt, then press Tab. On the resulting pane, you will see preview of open you the Windows that are active will change by pressing Tab.
Ctrl + Alt + Tab. Window switch is automatically closed when you release Alt, but this combination makes it permanently open. It will disappear only when you select the window arrow keys and press Enter.
Win + Tab. Displays the so-called “timeline”, which contains all recently opened Windows and documents. Here you can create new desktops and sorting programs. Pick UPS can be as mouse and arrows with Enter.
Win + ↓. Collapses the current window. If the window is docked to the edge of the screen, it will roll in first quarter. Pressing again will turn it completely.
Win + ↑. Expands the current window. If the window is docked to the edge of the screen, it will fold into a quarter and are transported upward.
Win + Shift + ↑. Expands the current window, but only in height, not width.
Win + ← or →. Moves the window to the left or right edge of the screen, respectively.
Alt + Space. Opens the window menu. It is possible not only to minimize and close the window, but also resize and move without using the mouse. Press Alt + Space, select the keys “Move”, press Enter and move the window arrows. This technique will work even if the window appeared outside of the screen.
Win + m Minimizes all Windows.
Win + d Minimizes all do Windows. Even works on those where there is no collapse button.
Win + Home. Minimizes all but the active window. Useful if you want to focus on one thing.
Win + Shift + m Maximizes all Windows back.
Now you can comfortably work, even if you are uncomfortable touchpad and no mouse. Try.