1. Select and Focus Taskbar Applications
2. Copy, Paste or Undo a File Move
3. Tile WindowsWith Windows 7 came Aero Snap, or the ability to maximize a window by dragging it to the side of the screen. But what if you want to easily tile your windows?Open Task Manager (Ctrl+Shift+Esc), select the applications you wish to tile (Ctrl+Click), right click, and select Tile Horizontally or Tile Vertically.
4. Open an ApplicationTo start an application that is pinned to the taskbar, hold the Windows key and press the number that corresponds with its location (Win+number from one to nine).
5. Manage Your ApplicationsTo open a new window of the same application (for example, to open a new Chrome window or a second Desktop folder), hold the Shift key, the Window key and then a number from one to nine. If you want to page through the open windows, press Control, Window, and a number, from one to nine.
6. Pin Any Item to the TaskbarBy default, Windows 7 only lets you pin applications to the taskbar. But if you want to pin a different item like a file or folder, follow these easy steps.1) Drag and drop the file onto your desktop (If the item is in the Favorites folder, follow these extra steps)2) Right click > New > Shortcut3) Type in: explorer "C:shortcutsFavorites - ShortcutName.lnk"4) Name the shortcut5) The Shortcut will now appear as a folder, which you can right click to pin to the taskbar
7. Open a Command Prompt
8. Access the Secret "Send To" Menu
9. Modify the Default "Send To" Menu
10. Open Any File or Webpage
11. Create a Zip FolderA zip folder is the quickest way to transport a large selection of files. To create a zip folder, right click a regular file folder and select the "Send To" option. The "Compressed (zipped) Folder" option will compress your folder and make it easier to upload the files in one fell swoop.