5 Amazing Shortcuts/Tricks You Aren’t Using!
2- Bookmark your favorite apps on the taskbar
When youuse your computer for a while, I’m sure you noticed that there are a handful of apps that you use more often. For example, if you are a graphic designer, you’ll probably open a browser, Adobe Illustrator, and a file browser. I am sure you are familiar with pinning your favorite apps to the taskbar by right clicking on the icon of the app when it’s open, then clicking on Pin to Taskbar.
But when you have many pinned apps and you don’t even have a second to open them all one by one, you can use your keyboard and press the Windows key + a number from 1 to 9, depending on the order you have of your pinned apps on the taskbar.
Remember, the number keys you should use are not the one on the number pad on the right side of the keyboard, use the number you have above your QWERTY keys instead.