50 Best Useful Shortcut Keys for OS X Mavericks

Apple is a biggest computing company in the world. Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, Inc. has recently announced the new Mac OS called “OS X Mavericks”. This is an awesome OS for all Apple Devices. And the “OS X Mavericks” is not a proprietary OS in future. In other words, anyone can update to latest OS X Mavericks without spending money on it. And this OS has new additional functions for users.

50 Best Useful Shortcut Keys for OS X Mavericks

Hope, Many of you are using this OS on your PC/Laptop. Now, I’m here to share some Keyboard shortcut keys. These shortcut keys will help you to play with desktop, toolbar, dock, widget bar, applications and more. Here, I’ve listed about 50 Keyboard Shortcut for OS X Mavericks.

These shortcuts will be so useful for the people who use the keyboard most or for an addicted keyboard user. And the most important thing to use these shortcut keys is to make your work faster and smarter with the new OS X Mavericks! Hope you will like this OS. Let’s take a look over them…

50 OS X Mavericks Keyboard Shortcuts

1. Command + R = Use OS X Recovery (Works on OS X Lion or later)

2. Command + V = Start your system in Verbose Mode

3. Command + S = Start your system in Single User Mode

4. Command + Shift + A = Open the Applications folder

5. Command + Shift + D = Open desktop folder

6. Command + E = Eject

7. Command + F = Find any matching Spotlight attribute

8. Command + Shift + F = Find Spotlight filename matches

9. Command + Option + F = Navigate to the search field in an already-open Spotlight window

10. Command + Shift + G = Go to Folder

11. Command + Shift + H = Open the Home folder of the currently logged-in user account

12. Command + I = Get Info

13. Command + Option + I = Show Inspector

14. Command + Control + I = Get Summary Info

15. Command + Shift + I = Open iDisk

16. Command + J = Show Different View Options

17. Command + K = Connect to Server

18. Command + Shift + K = Open Network Window

19. Command + L = Make alias of the selected item

20. Command + M = Minimize the current window

21. Command + Shift + N = Create a New Folder

22. Command + T = Add any specific item to Sidebar

23. Command + Shift + T = Add any specific item to Favorites

24. Command + Option + T = Hide Toolbar / Show Toolbar in Finder windows

25. Command + Shift + U = Open Utilities Folder

26. Command + Option + Y = Slide show (Works on Mac OS X v10.5 or later)

27. Command + Option + / = Turn font smoothing on or off

28. Command + Shift + 3 = Capture the screen to a file

29. Command + Shift + 4 = Capture a selection to a file

30. Command + Option + Space bar = Show the Spotlight search results window

31. Command + Option + D = Show or hide the Dock

32. Command + Control + D = Display the definition of the selected word in the Dictionary application

33. Command + H = Hide the windows of the currently running application

34. Command + Option + H = Hide the windows of all other running applications

35. Control + ↑ = Launch/Quit Mission Control

36. Command + = = Show/hide Widget bar

37. Command + ←= Scroll widget bar to the left

38. Command + → = Scroll widget bar to the right

39. Command + F3 = Show Desktop

40. Command + Tab = Switch application–cycle forward

41. Command + Shift + Tab = Switch application–cycle backward

42. Command + F1 = Toggles “Mirror Displays” for multi-monitor configurations

43. Command + F2 = Toggle Target Display Mode

44. Command + F5 = Toggle Voice Over On / Off

45. Control + F7 = Temporarily override the current keyboard access mode in windows and dialogs

46. Control + F8 = Move to the status menus in the menu bar

47. Control + Shift + F6 = Move focus to the previous panel

48. Command + Y = Launch Quick Look 

49. Command + Option + Esc = Fore to quit an running application

50. Control + ↓ = See all Application Window

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