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Over the past 10 years, Apple has become one of the biggest companies in the world, and as such many businesses have started to use Mac OS X – much to the chagrin of PC users. But it doesn’t have to be so bad: there are some very useful features of Mac OS X that can help improve productivity and make your job easier. These include keyboard shortcuts.
When you first switch to OS X it can take a while to figure out the shortcuts, or to even find out if there is a shortcut for what you need, not to mention the confusing symbols used to indicate key strokes. Here’s a list of the most common shortcuts.
If you’ve looked online for shortcuts, you have undoubtedly seen a number of potentially confusing symbols before the letter or number – these are actually keys to press. The most commonly used symbols are:
The Finder is Mac OS X’s file system. It includes your desktop and all the folders on it. If you’re unsure whether you’re on the Finder or not, look at the top left of your screen beside the Apple icon. It will say Finder if you’re on it.
Shortcuts for Applications and General
These shortcuts will work in most applications, and will generally work on all other non-applications, including the Finder.
These are the most useful keyboard shortcuts, but there are many more out there. If you would like to know more shortcuts, or more about the Mac OS X, please let us know – we’re happy to help.
Published on 11th April 2012 by Jeanne DeWitt.