Did you know that Windows 10 and Windows 11 have many tricks, emojis and shortcuts that can help you a lot? With that in mind, we decided to create this article to teach you how to insert emojis, GIFs and symbols with the emoji panel in Microsoft Windows. On Windows, the new emoji keyboard in Windows 10 and Windows 11 lets you express yourself like never before. To use it:
While creating text or emojis, hold the Windows key and press the do key. (point). The emoji keyboard will appear, see? Very simple. Select an emoji with your mouse or keep typing to search through the available emojis for one you like. Other ways to express yourself are also choosing between GIFs and Kaomoji.
Get all symbols like a pro
Sometimes you need to type a character that is not on the keyboard, such as an em-dash (—) or the copyright symbol (©). If you have a numeric keypad on your keyboard, you don’t need to find one and copy and paste. The solution for you is:
Hold the Windows key and press the key. (dot) and then select Symbols from the emoji panel.
Some of the main symbols to use
|¡||Upside down exclamation point||Alt+0161|
|¿||Upside down question mark||Alt+0191|
|Є||Euro currency symbol||Alt+0128|
Common Windows Keyboard Shortcuts
|Windows logo key + R||Opens the Run command|
|Windows logo key + S||Open Search|
|Windows logo key + E||Opens File Explorer|
|Alt+ Guide||Opens the Task Chooser, advancing with each Tab press, switching to that window on release|
|Shift+ Alt+ Tab||Opens the Task Chooser, moving backwards with each Tab press, switching to that window on release|
|Windows logo key + Guide||Switch to Task View, selected window will return with focus|
|Windows Logo Key + Up Arrow||Moves up through the sequence of windows> windows> maximizedfor focused window|
|Windows logo key + Down arrow||Moves down the sequence of Maximized> Window Mode> Minimizedto window with focus|
|Windows logo key + M||Minimize all windows|
|Windows logo key + D||Hides or unhides the desktop|
|Windows logo key + I||Open Settings|
Common Application Shortcuts in Windows
Note:These are common shortcuts that work most of the time, but may not work in all applications. Check your application’s documentation if you have further questions.
|Ctrl+ A||Select All|
|Ctrl+ N||New document|
|Alt+ F4||Close the program|
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