1. Clipboard History
Without wasting much time I will start with the first shortcut key which is the clipboard history. You can access your clipboard history by pressing the Windows + V key on your keyboard. this opens your clipboard history which can be accessed and navigated using the arrow keys on your keyboard.
2. Windows + arrow keys and dragging a window to right
You can open two windows side by side by selecting a window and dragging it to the extreme right side of your monitor. This will give you an option to open two windows side by side.
also, use your (Windows + Left) (Windows + Up) or (Windows + Down) arrow keys to move this window
3. Windows + 1, 2, 3, 4
Did you know that you can use Windows + 1, Windows + 2, etc keys to open your first, second, and third windows respectively? Well if not, you need to start integrating this shortcut into your workflow
4. Windows + D to minimize all the opened software (it means DeskTop)
You can do this by pushing the Windows+D key on your keyboard if you want to minimize all open applications on your windows computer.
5. Control + BackSpace and Control + Delete
If you wish to delete a word towards the left, you can use Control + BackSpace
Similarly, If you wish to delete a word towards the left, you can use the Control + Delete key on your keyboard
6. Alt Tab and Windows Tab
You can use the Alt + Tab to navigate through all the opened application on your windows as shown in the animation below:
7. Shift + End and Shift + Home
8. Windows + P
Windows + P is used to open the projector preferences on your windows. You can control the monitor layout of your pc. You can either switch on displays
Bonus: Mouse Wheel
You can use the Mouse Wheel click to close a tab in Google Chrome and Open a link in a new tab. This saves a lot of time if you are hunting a bug and trying to find a solution to your problem everywhere on the internet!