Shortcuts, people, got every reason to live

The history of the graphical user interface, in one sentence: The mouse is introduced, then people keep looking for more and more keyboard shortcuts so they don’t have to use the mouse–particularly if their impetus is a dexterity disability. So we’re happy to report that our first Windows 7 post links to a rundown of a bunch of shiny new shortcuts, covering a range of functions from creating a new file to starting up any of the first ten items pinned to your Start menu.

Lifehacker: The master list of new Windows 7 shortcuts

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