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by Jiří {x2} Činčura

Keyboard shortcuts from .NET DeveloperDays 2018

18 Sep 2018 Presentations & Speaking

As I promised during my session “Turn on Turbo Mode for Your Visual Studio Usage and Debugging” on .NET DeveloperDays 2018, I’m posting the shortcuts I was showing.

But, first thing first. The Ctrl-Alt-Down and Ctrl-Alt-Up shortcuts were not working, as I was told, because the system-wide graphics card driver shortcuts were eating it. Stupid driver. Here are both really in action.

Ctrl-Alt-Down:

Ctrl-Alt-Down

Ctrl-Alt-Up:

Ctrl-Alt-Up

So here are the shorcuts, without description, thus you have to try them, hopefully learning some during. 😉

Win-<number>
Win-Alt-<number>
Win-Shift-<number>
Ctrl-DblClick
Ctrl-Alt-Down
Ctrl-Q
Alt-Enter
Ctrl-.
F12, Alt-F12
Ctrl--
Ctrl-G
Alt-Shift-C
Ctrl-R-M
Ctrl-M-M
Ctrl-M-O
Ctrl-Space
Ctrl-Shift-Space
Ctrl
Ctrl-Alt-Space
Ctrl-;
Ctrl-, 
Ctrl-E-C, Ctrl-E-U
Ctrl-E-D, Ctrl-K-D
Ctrl-Up, Ctrl-Down
Alt
Ctrl-Alt-LClick
Alt-Up, Alt-Down
Ctrl-Shift-Up, Ctrl-Shift-Down
Ctrl-) (or Ctrl-], Ctrl-})
Ctrl-Alt-Up
Ctrl-Shift-) 
F8, Shift-F8
Alt-PgUp, Alt-PgDn
Ctrl-Shift-L
Ctrl-Shift-V
Ctrl-K-X
Ctrl-K-S
Ctrl-F, F3, Ctrl-H, Ctrl-I, Ctrl-Shift-I
F5
F9  
F10, F11  
Ctrl-F10

Profile Picture Jiří Činčura is an independent developer focusing on data and business layers, language constructs, parallelism and databases. Specifically Entity Framework, asynchronous and parallel programming, cloud and Azure. He's Microsoft Most Valuable Professional and you can read his articles, guides, tips and tricks at www.tabsoverspaces.com.