100 OS X Mavericks Keyboard Shortcuts

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26/04/14 11:11 pm100 OS X Mavericks Keyboard ShortcutsPage 1 of 7file:///Users/sarcmacbook/Downloads/100%20OS%20X%20Mavericks%20Keyboard%20Shortcuts.webarchive100 OS X Mavericks Keyboard ShortcutsOSX Mavericks is finally here, and probably installed on your Mac already. WhileMountain Lion users may not find many changes in the free upgrade, they probablylove what it did to power management, Finder tabs and quick-reply notifications.It may also be the upgrade Safari needs to put itself into the browser race again(although we had a few good reasons to ask you to opt for Chrome instead). Well, itstime to put this new OS to good use. Here is a list of keyboard shortcuts that can helpyou work faster and harder with Mavericks. If you think we missed any, let us know inthe comments.Recommended Reading: Clean Install Os X Maverickshttp://www.hongkiat.com/blog/clean-install-mavericks/http://www.apple.com/osx/whats-new/http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/google-chrome-for-ipad/http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/clean-install-mavericks/26/04/14 11:11 pm100 OS X Mavericks Keyboard ShortcutsPage 2 of 7file:///Users/sarcmacbook/Downloads/100%20OS%20X%20Mavericks%20Keyboard%20Shortcuts.webarchiveShortcut ActionsCommand + 1 View as IconCommand + 2 View as ListCommand + 3 View as ColumnsCommand + 4 View as Cover FlowCommand + [ Go to previous folderCommand + ] Go to next folderCommand + Navigate up one levelCommand + Navigate down one levelCommand + Control + Open folder that contains current folder in newwindowOption + Double click Open selected folder in new window + close currentwindowCommand + Double click Open selected folder in new tabCommand + Click windowtitle See folders pathCommand + Tab Cycle through opened applications (foward)Command + Shift + Tab Cycle through opened applications (backward)Space Launch Quick LookCommand + Y Launch Quick LookCommand + A Selects all items in FinderCommand + Option + A Deselects any selected itemsCommand + Shift + A Go to Application folderCommand + Shift + U Go to Utilities folderCommand + N New Finder windowCommand + K Connect to ServerCommand + Shift + K Open Network WindowCommand + I Get info of itemCommand + J Show view optionsCommand + Option + Esc Force quit an applicationFinder (List view)Shortcut Actions Open selected folder Close selected folder26/04/14 11:11 pm100 OS X Mavericks Keyboard ShortcutsPage 3 of 7file:///Users/sarcmacbook/Downloads/100%20OS%20X%20Mavericks%20Keyboard%20Shortcuts.webarchiveShortcut ActionsCommand + Delete Move to trashCommand + Shift + Delete Empty TrashCommand + Shift + Option + Delete Empty Trash (Silence mode)Command + drag file/folder Move item to another locationOption + drag file/folder Copy item to another locationCommand + Option + drag file/folder Make alias of dragged itemsCommand + L Make alias of selected itemsCommand + D Duplicate selected itemCommand + C Copy selected itemCommand + X Cut selected itemCommand + V Paste copied itemCommand + Z Undo actionCommand + Shift + N New folderCommand + Option + N New Smart folderCommand + O Open selected itemShortcut ActionsF1 Decrease brightnessF2 Increase brightness26/04/14 11:11 pm100 OS X Mavericks Keyboard ShortcutsPage 4 of 7file:///Users/sarcmacbook/Downloads/100%20OS%20X%20Mavericks%20Keyboard%20Shortcuts.webarchiveShortcut ActionsControl + Launch/Quit Mission ControlF3 Launch/Quit Mission ControlControl + Application windows (See all)Command + F3 Show DesktopOption + Command + D Toogle Dock On/OffMission Control (Inside Mission Control)Shortcut ActionsControl + Move to space on leftControl + Move to space on rightControl + # Switch to a specific (#n) desktop.Example: To switch to desktop 3, use Control + 3Shortcut ActionsFn + F12 Launch DashboardCommand + R Reload current widgetCommand + = Show/hide widget barCommand + Scroll widget bar left26/04/14 11:11 pm100 OS X Mavericks Keyboard ShortcutsPage 5 of 7file:///Users/sarcmacbook/Downloads/100%20OS%20X%20Mavericks%20Keyboard%20Shortcuts.webarchiveCommand + Scroll widget bar rightScreen ShotsShortcut ActionsShift + Command + 3 Screen shot entire screen. Saves as picture.Shift + Command + Control + 3 Screen shot entire screen. Copies to clipboard.Shift + Command + 4 Screen shot a designated area. Saves as picture.Shift + Command + Control + 4 Screen shot a designated area. Copies toclipboard.Shift + Command + 4, thenSpace Screen shot a designated window.Shortcut ActionsCommand + Space Spotlight on/offOption + Command + Space Show Spotlight windowShortcut ActionsCommand + F5 VoiceOver on/offOption + Command + F5 Display Accessibility controlsCommand + Option + 8 Zoom On/Off26/04/14 11:11 pm100 OS X Mavericks Keyboard ShortcutsPage 6 of 7file:///Users/sarcmacbook/Downloads/100%20OS%20X%20Mavericks%20Keyboard%20Shortcuts.webarchiveCommand + Option + + Zoom inCommand + Option + + Zoom outCommon for various applicationsNote: This may not work for some applicationsShortcut ActionsShift + Command + / Show Help MenuCommand + , Open Apps PreferenceCommand + ` Cycle through opened Apps (of the same type) windowsCommand + Shift + ? Open Apps Help SearchCommand + H Hide current windowCommand + Option + H Hide all running windowsCommand + M Minimize current windowCommand + Option + M Minimize all windowsCommand + W Close selected windowCommand + Option + W Close all windowsCommand + Shift + W Close file with its associated windowsShortcut Actions (once) Put Mac to sleep (again) Wake Mac up (hold) Force Mac shut downCommand + Control + Force Mac to restartControl + Show restart/ sleep/ shutdown dialogCommand + Option + Control + Quit all opened applicationsShift + Control + Put dispplays to sleepCommand + Shift + Q Log OutCommand + Shift + Option + Q Log Out (immediately)26/04/14 11:11 pm100 OS X Mavericks Keyboard ShortcutsPage 7 of 7file:///Users/sarcmacbook/Downloads/100%20OS%20X%20Mavericks%20Keyboard%20Shortcuts.webarchiveShortcut ActionsOption (hold) Display bootable volumesShift (hold) Start in Safe ModeLeft Shift (hold) Bypass automatic loginC (hold) Boot from other mediaT (hold) Start in FireWire target disk modeN (hold) Start from NetBoot serverX (hold) Force Mac OS X startupCommand + R (hold) Start in Recovery Mode (hold) Eject discsHongkiat.comThis post is published by a Hongkiat.com staff (editors,interns, sometimes Hongkiat Lim himself) or a guestcontributor.Advertisementhttp://www.hongkiat.com/blog/author/com/