Monthly Archives: October 2016

Windows 10 Hot Keys

Here are the great majority of Windows 10 Hot-Keys, if not all.


Keyboard  Shortcut

Action

Windows key Open or close Start Menu.
Windows key + A Open Action center.
Windows key + C Open Cortana in listening mode.
Windows key + D Display and hide the desktop.
Windows key + E Open File Explorer.
Windows key + G Open Game bar when a game is open.
Windows key + H Open the Share charm.
Windows key + I Open Settings.
Windows key + K Open the Connect quick action.
Windows key + L Lock your PC or switch accounts.
Windows key + M Minimize all windows.
Windows key + R Open Run dialog box.
Windows key + S Open Search.
Windows key + U Open Ease of Access Center.
Windows key + X Open Quick Link menu.
Windows key + Number Open the app pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number.
Windows key + Left arrow key Snap app windows left.
Windows key + Right arrow key Snap app windows right.
Windows key + Up arrow key Maximize app windows.
Windows key + Down arrow key Minimize app windows.
Windows key + Comma Temporarily peek at the desktop.
Windows key + Ctrl +D Add a virtual desktop.
Windows key + Ctrl + Left or Right arrow Switch between virtual desktops.
Windows key + Ctrl + F4 Close current virtual desktop.
Windows key + Enter Open Narrator.
Windows key + Home Minimize all but the active desktop window (restores all windows on second stroke).
Windows key + PrtScn Capture a screenshot and save in Screenshots folder.
Windows key + Shift + Up arrow Stretch the desktop window to the top and bottom of the screen.
Windows key + Tab Open Task view.
Windows key + “+” key Zoom in using the magnifier.
Windows key + “-” key Zoom out using the magnifier.
Ctrl + Shift + Esc Open Task Manager.
Alt + Tab Switch between open apps.
Alt + Left arrow key Go back.
Alt + Right arrow key Go forward.
Alt + Page Up Move up one screen.
Alt + Page down Move down one screen.
Ctrl + Alt +Tab View open apps
Ctrl + C Copy selected items to clipboard.
Ctrl + X Cut selected items.
Ctrl + V Paste content from clipboard.
Ctrl + A Select all content.
Ctrl + Z Undo an action.
Ctrl + Y Redo an action.
Ctrl + D Delete the selected item and move it to the Recycle Bin.
Ctrl + Esc Open the Start Menu.
Ctrl + Shift Switch the keyboard layout.
Ctrl + Shift + Esc Open Task Manager.
Ctrl + F4 Close the active window.

 

Keyboard shortcut
Action
Windows key Open or close Start Menu.
Windows key + A Open Action center.
Windows key + C Open Cortana in listening mode.
Windows key + D Display and hide the desktop.
Windows key + E Open File Explorer.
Windows key + G Open Game bar when a game is open.
Windows key + H Open the Share charm.
Windows key + I Open Settings.
Windows key + K Open the Connect quick action.
Windows key + L Lock your PC or switch accounts.
Windows key + M Minimize all windows.
Windows key + R Open Run dialog box.
Windows key + S Open Search.
Windows key + U Open Ease of Access Center.
Windows key + X Open Quick Link menu.
Windows key + Number Open the app pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number.
Windows key + Left arrow key Snap app windows left.
Windows key + Right arrow key Snap app windows right.
Windows key + Up arrow key Maximize app windows.
Windows key + Down arrow key Minimize app windows.
Windows key + Comma Temporarily peek at the desktop.
Windows key + Ctrl +D Add a virtual desktop.
Windows key + Ctrl + Left or Right arrow Switch between virtual desktops.
Windows key + Ctrl + F4 Close current virtual desktop.
Windows key + Enter Open Narrator.
Windows key + Home Minimize all but the active desktop window (restores all windows on second stroke).
Windows key + PrtScn Capture a screenshot and save in Screenshots folder.
Windows key + Shift + Up arrow Stretch the desktop window to the top and bottom of the screen.
Windows key + Tab Open Task view.
Windows key + “+” key Zoom in using the magnifier.
Windows key + “-” key Zoom out using the magnifier.
Ctrl + Shift + Esc Open Task Manager.
Alt + Tab Switch between open apps.
Alt + Left arrow key Go back.
Alt + Right arrow key Go foward.
Alt + Page Up Move up one screen.
Alt + Page down Move down one screen.
Ctrl + Alt +Tab View open apps
Ctrl + C Copy selected items to clipboard.
Ctrl + X Cut selected items.
Ctrl + V Paste content from clipboard.
Ctrl + A Select all content.
Ctrl + Z Undo an action.
Ctrl + Y Redo an action.
Ctrl + D Delete the selected item and move it to the Recycle Bin.
Ctrl + Esc Open the Start Menu.
Ctrl + Shift Switch the keyboard layout.
Ctrl + Shift + Esc Open Task Manager.
Ctrl + F4 Close the active window.
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Collaborative Project Development — GTK Developer’s Forum

Beginning the first phase of the project; acquiring developers…

via Collaborative Project Development — GTK Developer’s Forum

For a quick view of our team site, visit our Microsoft Team Foundation Services Site at:
https://collaboration.visualstudio.com/

Elton John – Tiny Dancer

  • as played twice at the Trump rally in JAX

Blue jean baby, L.A. lady, seamstress for the band
Pretty eyed, pirate smile, you’ll marry a music man
Ballerina, you must have seen her dancing in the sand
And now she’s in me, always with me, tiny dancer in my hand

Jesus freaks out in the street
Handing tickets out for God
Turning back she just laughs
The boulevard is not that bad

Piano man he makes his stand
In the auditorium
Looking on she sings the songs
The words she knows the tune she hums

But oh how it feels so real
Lying here with no one near
Only you and you can hear me
When I say softly slowly

Hold me closer tiny dancer
Count the headlights on the highway
Lay me down in sheets of linen
You had a busy day today

Hold me closer tiny dancer
Count the headlights on the highway
Lay me down in sheets of linen
You had a busy day today

Blue jean baby, L.A. lady, seamstress for the band
Pretty eyed, pirate smile, you’ll marry a music man
Ballerina, you must have seen her dancing in the sand
And now she’s in me, always with me, tiny dancer in my hand

But oh how it feels so real
Lying here with no one near
Only you and you can hear me
When I say softly slowly

Hold me closer tiny dancer
Count the headlights on the highway
Lay me down in sheets of linen
You had a busy day today

Hold me closer tiny dancer
Count the headlights on the highway
Lay me down in sheets of linen
You had a busy day today

via Google Play Music

Microsoft Tech Support, HUH?

I tried using their trial for System Center, which is comprised of eight downloads totalling near to 3 GB. after downloading all but one file, the site denied me access providing this error:
Access Denied
.
You don’t have permission to access “http://care.dlservice.microsoft.com/dl/download/F/B/9/FB9B10A3-4517-4E03-87E6-8949551BC313/SC_Configmgr_SCEP_1606.exe” on this server.
Reference #18.1d3c6b68.1477036140.6eca49″

Mind you that I’m a business partner trying to build a Small Business here. I then called their Business 24/7 Tech support line to determine how to get the final file. This was like trying to get Hillary Clinton to admit that she new very well that the attack on Ambassador Stevens had nothing to do with any video period; as you can watch for yourself here:

The Microsoft support professional continued to deny me any assistance stating that Microsoft can’t provide support for a trial product.  Now this fact I actually understand, however, I tried to get her to use logic with BEEP, BEEP, BEEP BEEP, BeEP beEP, Be-eeep; (that was her hitting buttons on her phone in an attempt to get me so frustrated I’d hang up) me to where she’d understand that my problem had nothing to do with Microsoft System Center, that it was their server which was (supposed) to be providing the product that was the prob BEEP, BEEEEEEEP, Beep, beep, BEEEEEPEDY BEEP lem.  (At this point, I told her that I could do the same thing and continued to “beep” her a few times; the beeps never happened again).

To save you of further details, the call continued and got about as far as Congressman …  got with the F.B.I director in trying to find ANY real reason why Miss Hillary Clinton was charged with NOTHING, as you can see here…

And there you have the flavor of my latest endeavor with Microsoft. Please also know that I’ve been purchasing products from Microsoft since 1981 and I as well told the representative exactly this.
*If anyone from Microsoft notices this message AND cares, be sure to message me as I’ll as well post any help provided hereafter.   The reason for this post is to let Microsoft know that they’d be better off simply not providing trials if they’re going to cause and not correct such disrespectful, anxiety provoking and time wasting problems for their Clients and Partners – I’d have a very hard time treating anyone I considered a partner as such!

Glenn T. Kitchen  |  piBoss@live.com | glennTK@gmail.com


I posted this message on:Friday, October 21st, 2016 the call was made yesterday: Thursday, October 20th, 2016.

Taking the ’86 Daytona Motocross Win

Motocross:  Rick JohnsonBob Hannah 

I remember having met Rick Johnson in Michigan, a super kind, down-to-earth, class-act man and here he’s riding his favorite MX bike, the 1986 CR250r.  This was also my favorite, having gone through two in the ’86 season.  Near the end of the summer of ’86 I’d worn out my bike and no dealers in the US had any ’86 CR250r’s remaining so I drove up to Toronto to purchase my second one.  I then headed down to Croom’s professional practice track in Brooksville, Florida where I stayed through the Spring of ’87, working out in the sand of Croom whipped me into shape for the ’87 season.  I placed in every race in 1987 feeling like I was flying without weight, after having worked the sand trenches in Brooksville.  If you want to get in shape for Motocross, Croom’s the place.

Meeting the Stars

rj-on-bike-bigger

I also met many top-level racers there such as Bob Hannah, Jeff Ward, JJ Keller and many more.  I’ll never forget Bob (Hannah) racing in Brooksville; I was with my girl and we video taped the race but as Bob said after the race, it seemed like his “endo” (an end-over-end wipe out) drew the most crowd reaction.  Bob won the race with ease and spoke with I and my girlfriend afterwards; in retrospect I believe he wouldn’t have minded, probably wanted to,  come over for a home-cooked meal but I was too star struck to even think such was a possibility.

Thanks to the Class Acts!

Thanks Bob Hannah and Rick Johnson for the great years of racing, you were always my motivators and the class-act of both of you made for some really treasured memories!

The 1986 Daytona Motocross Race



Now Known as One of the Best Supercross Races Ever

The following race is known to be one of the best Supercross races of all time (tune out the audio maybe lol)

Cheers to all racers of the Motocross World!

Glenn T. Kitchen