Navigate Windows Explorer More Quickly with These Keyboard Shortcuts

 

These special keyboard shortcuts are designed to help you navigate Windows Explorer more easily. 

 

Ctrl+N Open a new window on the same folder. 

Ctrl+W Close the current window. 

Alt+Up Arrow Go up one level. 

Alt+Right Arrow Go forward. 

Alt+Left Arrow Go back. 

Alt+D Move the focus to the address bar, and select the current path. 

F4 Move the insertion point to the address bar, and display the contents of the drop-down list of previous addresses. 

Alt+Enter Show properties of the selected file. 

Shift+F10 Open the shortcut menu for the current selection (which is the same as a right-click). 

F6 Cycle through the following elements: address bar, toolbar, navigation pane, file list, column headings (available in Details view only). 

Tab Cycle through the following elements: address bar, search box, toolbar, navigation pane, file list, column headings (available in Details view only). 

F11 Toggle full-screen mode. 

Ctrl+Shift+N Create a new subfolder in the current folder. 

Ctrl+Shift+E Expand navigation pane to the current folder. 

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