Keyboard Shortcuts for Ubuntu

Are you finding the Keyboard shortcuts for Ubuntu? Ubuntu provides shortcuts to help you quickly work on documents. Here is the list of all shortcuts that you can use. This post will help you to check and make your work faster with the most used.

Getting around the desktop

Alt+F1 or theSwitch between the Activities overview and desktop. In the overview, start typing to instantly search your applications, contacts, and documents.
Super key 
Alt+F2Pop up a command window (for quickly running commands).
 Use the arrow keys to quickly access previously run commands.
Super+TabQuickly switch between windows. Hold down Shift for reverse order.
Super+`Switch between windows from the same application, or from the selected application after Super+Tab.
 This shortcut uses ` on US keyboards, where the ` key is above Tab. On all other keyboards, the shortcut is Super plus the key above Tab.
Alt+EscSwitch between windows in the current workspace. Hold down Shift for reverse order.
Ctrl+Alt+TabGive keyboard focus to the top bar. In the Activities overview, switch keyboard focus between the top bar, dash, windows overview, applications list, and search field. Use the arrow keys to navigate.
Super+AShow the list of applications.
Super+Page UpSwitch between workspaces.
Super+Page Down 
Shift+Super+Page UpMove the current window to a different workspace.
Shift+Super+Page Down 
Shift+Super+←Move the current window one monitor to the left.
Shift+Super+→Move the current window one monitor to the right.
Ctrl+Alt+DeleteShow the Power Off / Restart dialog.
Super+LLock the screen.
Super+VShow the notification list. Press Super+V again or Esc to close.

Common editing shortcuts

Ctrl+ASelect all text or items in a list.
Ctrl+XCut (remove) selected text or items and place it on the clipboard.
Ctrl+CCopy selected text or items to the clipboard.
Ctrl+VPaste the contents of the clipboard.
Ctrl+ZUndo the last action.

Capturing from the screen

Prnt ScrnTake a screenshot.
Alt+Prnt ScrnTake a screenshot of a window.
Shift+Prnt ScrnTake a screenshot of an area of the screen. The pointer changes to a crosshair. Click and drag to select an area.
Ctrl+Alt+Shift+RStart and stop screencast recording.

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Well, there you have it, Ubuntu shortcuts list. You might not have known about these shortcuts. If I’ve left important something out in this list, feedback is appreciated and welcome on the Make A Public List.

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