Hey all, I was asked to talk internally about ways in which anyone can improve their day-to-day computer usage. For me, using keyboard shortcuts shows a greater level of control of your machine - and more importantly can be considerably faster.
I have all of my notes, annotated with images inside a personal GitHub repo: orta/keyboard_shortcuts. We covered:
- Pressing menu items via keyboard
- Window Management
- Text Management, e.g. jumping between words etc.
- Searching for text
- Taking Screenshots
- Slack and Chrome
- Using a Window Manager and Clipboard History Manager
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