Friday, March 27, 2009

Multitask With More Speed Using Shortcuts In Firefox

Do you ever feel like you are using a ton of time because you have to move your hands from the keyboard to the mouse or just having to click so many things? Well there are shortcuts for many things in Firefox some of them I have already mentioned Here but in this article I will show some navigating shortcuts that I use almost everyday. So here they are, enjoy.

Open New Tab: Ctrl + T

Move Forward A Tab: Ctrl + Tab

Move Backward A Tab: Ctrl + Shift + Tab

Search For Words: Ctrl + F

Jump To Navigation Bar: Ctrl + L

New Tab With New Url: Type In your suggested Url the hit Alt + Enter

These are just the main shortcuts that I use in my everyday browsing but if you have some that you would like to add that you use on a daily basis just post them into the comments. Now you can get more things done in a shorter amount of time.

2 comments:

ශාකුන්තල said...

Hold down Ctrl and click 'Back' or 'Next' buttons to view previous or next visited pages in a new tab.

To view an image on a page, we normaly right click on it and then click 'Show Image'. But if we hold down Ctrl while clicking the menu item, the image will be shown in a new tab.

Lot of people don't know these shortcuts. Thank you for sharing. :)

NatE said...

Thanks for that tip and I'm glad that you enjoyed it.

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