I am sure most of us use the 'Ctrl+c' and 'Ctrl+v' shortcuts to copy and paste in word but here are some extra word shortcuts for word users that will significantly improve the editing efficiency when using Microsoft Word. This list is not comprehensive but these shorcuts save me the most time. 1.
You can use the 'type' and 'find' command in Dos/Windows to get the equivalent output of the UNIX 'cat' and 'grep' commands. The 'find' command can be very useful when you are trying to search for a specific text or phrase over multiple files. The 'find' command also comes in handy when searching
This list of DOS commands is very useful when repairing Windows after a system crash when Windows doesn't load and the only option you have is a Dos command prompt. Use the "help" command to find the usage and details of any particular command e.g. C:\>help copy
If your computer is taking too long to start up and you want to minimize that time then here is a tip as to how you can control the applications that Windows starts at Startup time and make your computer boot fast. You don't have to be a computer expert for this either.