In the new Windows Seven the taskbar is one of the features that has changed considerably. The Windows taskbar is extremely easy to use and you can focus your attention to it at any time by pressing the Win Key and the letter T on the key board.
By pressing this keyboard combination of the win key + T, this enables you to mount the concentration to the taskbar. Once you have reached the taskbar area, arrow keys are then used to choose a specific window or a group, now just hit enter in order to launch and activate the taskbar. Therefore you use the left and right arrow to choose the group and the up and down arrow to choose the exact open program or file you want to see on the desktop.
Once you have chosen the program or file from the group, simply press enter to open it to the desktop.
How to use Keyboard Shortcuts to control the taskbar?
- Press the Win Key and the letter T on the keyboard.
- Press the left or right arrow keys to select a section or group from the taskbar.
- Press the up and down arrow to select the actual running application to bring onto the desktop.
- Click enter on the keyboard to make your choice.
- In the screenshot above I have chosen the Internet Explorer section and then I want to go to the MSN website. Once I have press enter it will come up on the desktop.
To exit your focus from the taskbar you can simply press the ESC key on the keyboard.