[citation][nom]pythy[/nom]This is not exactly a "keyboard" shortcut but the reset button on your tower is quite useful too whenever you get a BSOD.(Applicable to Windows - All versions)[/citation]
Yes, but only if you have a desktop you built yourself; pretty much all pre-built retail computers (desktops included) only have a power button and no reset button.
[citation][nom]Lamiel[/nom]I'm surprised they didn't include Ctrl+T (open new tab) in the browser section…[/citation]
And Ctrl+W for closing it.
Hey, when will we be able to edit comments in Forum View on Tom's Guide? We can already do this on Tom's Hardware, so why not here? It would be better if I could have edited my first comment rather than go through and make a separate comment for each thing as I go along, so that I can get them out as I think of them rather than having to remember and wait until the end (and rather than me posting 4 times in a row!!).
Gotta bump Windows + E as the greatest quick key of all time. I use it so often, that when I have to switch to a mac at work, I find myself trying to use it to get to my file system. Dang mac doesn't have ANY quick keys to bring up the file system, you have to physically click on the Finder. Really clunky after getting used to Windows + E.