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How to Quickly Minimize All Windows

Updated on July 8, 2011

Your are working in different windows. All the windows are open. Now, you need a file which is on the desktop. Do you like to jump to your desktop? Or you close or minimize all the opened windows? If you minimize one by one, don't you feel boar? Suppose, there are 20 windows open at that time. To minimize all the window, you may need 20 clicks on your mouse.

Is it handy? Certainly not. There are some ways to jump your desktop very quickly. Do you know that?  You may click on the Taskbar and right click on your mouse and then select Show the Desktop. Now, the desktop window will be appeared. This is enough time consuming I think. What do you think? I think you are with my side that it consumes much time.

So, are you thinking which is the best way to minimize the time to jump the desktop? Yes, I will tell you now. The best and quickest way to jump your desktop is Windows Key + D Key all together. Hold windows key and then press D key and you have done. Very soon, you will reach your own desktop. Isn't it funny and amazing!!

WINDOWS+D is the best and quickest way to minimize all windows and jump to your desktop.

Press WINDOWS+D again and you will find all the previous windows i.e. all of your hidden window will reappear on your computer screen.

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      rancidTaste 

      9 years ago

      Thanks all you guys for your comments. I will try to publish more hubs like this one. When I write today... I think whether anyone like it or not. But I see that this hub is really useful at least some of the people. Thanks shreekrishna, Lissie and lbtrader for your comments.

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      lbtrader 

      9 years ago from Canada

      i didn't know that....i always used the alt + that key beside the q and below the 1....

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      Elisabeth Sowerbutts 

      9 years ago from New Zealand

      Wow big thumb up and never knew and it drives me crazy trying to find space to right click the task bar to show desktop! Brlliant

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      shreekrishna 

      9 years ago

      thanks for the great info ,

      it saved my lot of energy, electricity bill & precious time.

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