Windows 3.1 keyboard shortcuts

Windows 3.1

Zeynel Abidin Öztürk -
4 years ago
- Shortcuts

You probably don't use Windows 3.1 anymore, but just looking at it's keyboard shortcuts are going to give you some nostalgia. It shows how keyboard shortcuts are started to form. If you want to bring your memories back, you can find online emulators of Windows 3.1 (they work in your browser) on web or install the operating system on a virtual PC.

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Del

Delete

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⤶ Enter

Open

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Alt + ⤶ Enter

Properties

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F7

Move

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F8

Copy

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Alt + F4

Exit Windows

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↑   Shift + F5

Cascade windows

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↑   Shift + F4

Tile windows

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Alt + Space

Open Control Box

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Esc

Cancel most operations and close dialog boxes

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Ctrl + Home

Puts the cursor to the beginning of an open document

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Ctrl + End

Puts the cursor to the end of an open document

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Home

Move the cursor to the beginning of the line

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End

Move the cursor to the end of the line

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↑   Shift + Del

Cut the selected text to the clipboard

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↑   Shift + Insert

Paste the contents of the clipboard into open file under cursor

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Ctrl + Insert

Copy selected text or object to the clipboard

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Ctrl + Tab

Cycle through open windows

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Alt + F4

Close the application or dialog box

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Alt + Tab

Task switch. Hold Tab while repeatedly pressing Alt cycles through open windows

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Ctrl + Esc

Bring up the task list of running applications

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↑   Shift + F8

Allows multiple selection of non-contiguous items from any list. Use this shortcut on the first item and then move with arrow keys, then press Enter to select items

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Alt + Backspace

Undo last command

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or Ctrl + Z
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Ctrl + ↑   Shift + Alt +

Use this shortcut to turn over only one card instead of three


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Program information

Program name: Windows 3.1 Windows 3.1 (General)

Windows 3.1 released by Microsoft in April 1992. This version of operating system came with networking capabilities and used TrueType fonts first time. Windows 3.1 replaced Reversi game with Minesweeper. To start Windows 3.1, you had to type "win" in MS-DOS command line (which required MS-DOS to be installed first), this is why it is sometimes considered a "graphical interface" rather than full operating system.

Web page: support.microsoft.com/tr-tr/he...

Last update: 5/26/2020 8:34 AM UTC

How easy to press shortcuts: 80%

More information >>

Updated: Updated program information. (2 updates.) 5/26/2020 10:31:39 AM Updated program information.
5/26/2020 10:33:31 AM Updated program information.

Shortcut count: 25

Platform detected: Windows or Linux (not macOS)

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