Windows Help viewer Keyboard Shortcuts in Windows 7

Windows Help viewer Keyboard Shortcuts

Keyboard Shortcuts

Task Performed

Alt+C

Display the Table of Contents

Alt+N

Display the Connection Settings menu

F10

Display the Options menu

Alt+Left Arrow

Move back to the previously viewed topic

Alt+Right Arrow

Move forward to the next (previously viewed) topic

Alt+A

Display the customer support page

Alt+Home

Display the Help and Support home page

Home

Move to the beginning of a topic

End

Move to the end of a topic

Ctrl+F

Search the current topic

Ctrl+P

Print a topic

F3

Move the cursor to the search box

Windows Journal Keyboard Shortcuts in Windows 7

Windows Journal Keyboard Shortcuts

Keyboard Shortcuts

Task Performed

Ctrl+N

Start a new note

Ctrl+O

Open a recently used note

Ctrl+S

Save changes to a note

Ctrl+Shift+V

Move a note to a specific folder

Ctrl+P

Print a note

Alt+F4

Close a note and its Journal window

Ctrl+Z

Undo a change

Ctrl+Y

Redo a change

Ctrl+A

Select all items on a page

Ctrl+X

Cut a selection

Ctrl+C

Copy a selection to the Clipboard

Ctrl+V

Paste a selection from the Clipboard

Esc

Cancel a selection

Delete

Delete a selection

Ctrl+F

Start a basic find

Ctrl+G

Go to a page

F5

Refresh find results

F5

Refresh the note list

F6

Toggle between a note list and a note

Ctrl+Shift+C

Display a shortcut menu for column headings in a note list

F11

View a note in full-screen mode

F1

Open Journal Help

Calculator keyboard shortcuts in Windows 7

Calculator keyboard shortcuts

Keyboard Shortcuts

Task Performed

Alt+1

Switch to Standard mode

Alt+2

Switch to Scientific mode

Alt+3

Switch to Programmer mode

Alt+4

Switch to Statistics mode

Ctrl+E

Open date calculations

Ctrl+H

Turn calculation history on or off

Ctrl+U

Open unit conversion

Alt+C

Calculate or solve date calculations and worksheets

F1

Open Calculator Help

Ctrl+Q

Press the M- button

Ctrl+P

Press the M+ button

Ctrl+M

Press the MS button

Ctrl+R

Press the MR button

Ctrl+L

Press the MC button

%

Press the % button

F9

Press the +/– button

/

Press the / button

*

Press the * button

+

Press the + button

-

Press the button

R

Press the 1/× button

@

Press the square root button

0-9

Press the number buttons (0-9)

=

Press the = button

.

Press the . (decimal point) button

Backspace

Press the backspace button

Esc

Press the C button

Del

Press the CE button

Ctrl+Shift+D

Clear the calculation history

F2

Edit the calculation history

Up Arrow key

Navigate up in the calculation history

Down Arrow key

Navigate down in the calculation history

Esc

Cancel editing the calculation history

Enter

Recalculate the calculation history after editing

F3

Select Degrees in Scientific mode

F4

Select Radians in Scientific mode

F5

Select Grads in Scientific mode

I

Press the Inv button in Scientific mode

D

Press the Mod button in Scientific mode

Ctrl+S

Press the sinh button in Scientific mode

Ctrl+O

Press the cosh button in Scientific mode

Ctrl+T

Press the tanh button in Scientific mode

(

Press the ( button in Scientific mode

)

Press the ) button in Scientific mode

N

Press the ln button in Scientific mode

;

Press the Int button in Scientific mode

S

Press the sin button in Scientific mode

O

Press the cos button in Scientific mode

T

Press the tan button in Scientific mode

M

Press the dms button in Scientific mode

P

Press the pi button in Scientific mode

V

Press the F-E button in Scientific mode

X

Press the Exp button in Scientific mode

Q

Press the x^2 button in Scientific mode

Y

Press the x^y button in Scientific mode

#

Press the x^3 button in Scientific mode

L

Press the log button in Scientific mode

!

Press the n! button in Scientific mode

Ctrl+Y

Press the y√x button in Scientific mode

Ctrl+B

Press the 3√x button in Scientific mode

Ctrl+G

Press the 10x button in Scientific mode

F5

Select Hex in Programmer mode

F6

Select Dec in Programmer mode

F7

Select Oct in Programmer mode

F8

Select Bin in Programmer mode

F12

Select Qword in Programmer mode

F2

Select Dword in Programmer mode

F3

Select Word in Programmer mode

F4

Select Byte in Programmer mode

K

Press the RoR button in Programmer mode

J

Press the RoL button in Programmer mode

<

Press the Lsh button in Programmer mode

>

Press the Rsh button in Programmer mode

%

Press the Mod button in Programmer mode

(

Press the ( button in Programmer mode

)

Press the ) button in Programmer mode

|

Press the Or button in Programmer mode

^

Press the Xor button in Programmer mode

~

Press the Not button in Programmer mode

&

Press the And button in Programmer mode

A-F

Press the A-F buttons in Programmer mode

Spacebar

Toggles the bit value in Programmer mode

A

Press the Average button in Statistics mode

Ctrl+A

Press the Average Sq button in Statistics mode

S

Press the Sum button in Statistics mode

Ctrl+S

Press the Sum Sq button in Statistics mode

T

Press the S.D. button in Statistics mode

Ctrl+T

Press the Inv S.D. button in Statistics mode

D

Press the CAD button in Statistics mode

WordPad keyboard shortcuts in Windows Se7en

WordPad keyboard shortcuts

Keyboard Shortcuts

Task Performed

Ctrl+N

Create a new document

Ctrl+O

Open an existing document

Ctrl+S

Save changes to a document

F12

Save the document as a new file

Ctrl+P

Print a document

Alt+F4

Close WordPad

Ctrl+Z

Undo a change

Ctrl+Y

Redo a change

Ctrl+A

Select the entire document

Ctrl+X

Cut a selection

Ctrl+C

Copy a selection to the Clipboard

Ctrl+V

Paste a selection from the Clipboard

Ctrl+B

Make selected text bold

Ctrl+I

Italicize selected text

Ctrl+U

Underline selected text

Ctrl+=

Make selected text subscript

Ctrl+Shift+=

Make selected text superscript

Ctrl+L

Align text left

Ctrl+E

Align text center

Ctrl+R

Align text right

Ctrl+J

Justify text

Ctrl+1

Set single line spacing

Ctrl+2

Set double line spacing

Ctrl+5

Set line spacing to 1.5

Ctrl+Shift+>

Increase the font size

Ctrl+Shift+<

Decrease the font size

Ctrl+Shift+A

Change characters to all capitals

Ctrl+Shift+L

Change the bullet style

Ctrl+D

Insert a Microsoft Paint drawing

Ctrl+F

Find text in a document

F3

Find the next instance of the text in the Find dialog box

Ctrl+H

Replace text in a document

Ctrl+Left Arrow

Move the cursor one word to the left

Ctrl+Right Arrow

Move the cursor one word to the right

Ctrl+Up Arrow

Move the cursor to the line above

Ctrl+Down Arrow

Move the cursor to the line below

Ctrl+Home

Move to the beginning of the document

Ctrl+End

Move to the end of the document

Ctrl+Page Up

Move up one page

Ctrl+Page Down

Move down one page

Ctrl+Delete

Delete the next word

F10

Display keytips

Shift+F10

Show the current shortcut menu

F1

Open WordPad Help

Happy Birthday Bill Gates, chairman of Microsoft

William (Bill) H. Gates is chairman of Microsoft Corporation, the worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential. He was born on Oct. 28, 1955 and today he came to 54th year (19724th day) of his life.

In 1975 he begun a company with his childhood friend Paul Allen called as Microsoft and we all can see where it is now. In every home, every organization, every institution, every where we can see products of Microsoft. Also Bill Gates too said that

“We've really achieved the ideal of what I wanted Microsoft to become.”

Happy Birthday to you Sir Bill Gates.

 

This month Microsoft also released Windows 7 so here is my creation using ShapeCollage to wish Sir billg in that way.

Free ebook: Windows 7 troubleshooting tips by Microsoft MVP

As the time has came to run the most fascinating version of Windows i.e. Windows 7 we may also face a stage where we need to troubleshoot our system and then we may need some tech support. So instead of calling some technical expert why don’t first we try our hand to fix the problem.

Mitch Tulloch, a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional and lead author of the just-published (and hot-selling) Windows 7 Resource Kit (Microsoft Press, 2010; ISBN: 9780735627000; 1760 pages), has created a short e-book called “What You Can Do Before You Call Tech Support.” Here are the opening paragraphs:

“ Your sound card has stopped working, your computer seems sluggish, the network is down, your hard drive is clicking, you can’t view a website, your monitor is hard to read, your new webcam isn’t working, your favorite program won’t run, and a funny burning smell is coming from your computer. What can you do on your own to try to troubleshoot the issue before you pick up the phone to call tech support?

If you’re running Windows 7, quite a lot. Microsoft has included a lot of self-support tools in Windows 7 that you can try using before you seek the help of others, and we’ll examine these in a moment. Then there are the tools you were born with—your five senses (see, hear, smell, taste, touch) and most importantly your brain. And by brain I’m including your memory, experience, and capacity for logical reasoning. Finally, there is ancient and sacred lore passed on in secret from Master to Disciple over the millennia. We’ll see shortly how your brain, your senses, and the secrets of the Wise Ones can be very helpful for troubleshooting computer problems. But first let’s look at what troubleshooting tools are bilt into Windows 7.  “

Download the free ebook from Microsoft Press: XPS | PDF

Courtesy: Microsoft Press

Paint keyboard shortcuts in Windows Se7en

Paint keyboard shortcuts

Keyboard Shortcuts

Task Performed

Ctrl+N

Create a new picture

Ctrl+O

Open an existing picture

Ctrl+S

Save changes to a picture

F12

Save the picture as a new file

Ctrl+P

Print a picture

Alt+F4

Close a picture and its Paint window

Ctrl+Z

Undo a change

Ctrl+Y

Redo a change

Ctrl+A

Select the entire picture

Ctrl+X

Cut a selection

Ctrl+C

Copy a selection to the Clipboard

Ctrl+V

Paste a selection from the Clipboard

Right Arrow

Move the selection or active shape right by one pixel

Left Arrow

Move the selection or active shape left by one pixel

Down Arrow

Move the selection or active shape down by one pixel

Up Arrow

Move the selection or active shape up by one pixel

Esc

Cancel a selection

Delete

Delete a selection

Ctrl+B

Bold selected text

Ctrl++

Increase the width of a brush, line, or shape outline by one pixel

Ctrl+-

Decrease the width of a brush, line, or shape outline by one pixel

Ctrl+I

Italicize selected text

Ctrl+U

Underline selected text

Ctrl+E

Open the Properties dialog box

Ctrl+W

Open the Resize and Skew dialog box

Ctrl+Page Up

Zoom in

Ctrl+Page Down

Zoom out

F11

View a picture in full-screen mode

Ctrl+R

Show or hide the ruler

Ctrl+G

Show or hide gridlines

F10 or Alt

Display keytips

Shift+F10

Show the current shortcut menu

F1

Open Paint Help

Remote Desktop Connection keyboard shortcuts in Windows Se7en

Remote Desktop Connection keyboard shortcuts

 

Keyboard Shortcuts

Task Performed

Alt+Page Up

Move between programs from left to right.

Alt+Page Down

Move between programs from right to left.

Alt+Insert

Cycle through programs in the order that they were started in.

Alt+Home

Display the Start menu.

Ctrl+Alt+Break

Switch between a window and full screen.

Ctrl+Alt+End

Display the Windows Security dialog box.

Alt+Delete

Display the system menu.

Ctrl+Alt+Minus Sign (-) on the numeric keypad

Place a copy of the active window, within the client, on the Terminal server clipboard (provides the same functionality as pressing Alt+PrtScn on a local computer).

Ctrl+Alt+Plus Sign (+) on the numeric keypad

Place a copy of the entire client window area on the Terminal server clipboard (provides the same functionality as pressing PrtScn on a local computer).

Ctrl+Alt+Right Arrow

“Tab” out of the Remote Desktop controls to a control in the host program (for example, a button or a text box). Useful when the Remote Desktop controls are embedded in another (host) program.

Ctrl+Alt+Left Arrow

“Tab” out of the Remote Desktop controls to a control in the host program (for example, a button or a text box). Useful when the Remote Desktop controls are embedded in another (host) program.

Celebrate Windows 7 launch with Windows 7 Desktop themes, Download Now

As Microsoft released Windows 7 worldwide yesterday, they also came up with some new Windows 7  Desktop Theme Pack which includes 20 regional themes.

Microsoft Unveils Windows 7 worldwide today.

After a long time living in Beta phase, Windows 7 has came live to store worldwide. 22nd Oct’ 09 is the day when Microsoft has released Windows 7 worldwide and is now in the store available for the customers.

Windows 7 had record 8 million beta testers from all over the world and now after being RTMed is now on 45,000 retailers worldwide available in 14 different languages. Windows 7 was already on the floor for TechNet and MSDN subscribers and today onwards it is available to Retail market and online stores across the world.

Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 available for MSDN subscribers.

Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 is now available for MSDN subscribers to download. General availability will follow very soon. We have also announced Visual Studio 2010 launch information - more that to come. Keep an eye on your email, I'll keep you in the loop.



Watch the official Visual Studio 2010 page for Beta 2 general availability - soon.

Download Windows 7 Deploying guide from Microsoft

Microsoft made availalbe ebook on Deploying Windows® 7 Essential Guidance from the Windows 7 Resource Kit and TechNet Magazine absolutely free. It combines selected chapters written by industry experts Mitch Tulloch, Tony Northrup, Jerry Honeycutt, Ed Wilson, and the Windows 7 Team with select Windows 7 articles from TechNet Magazine. Sample topics include: Deployment Platform, Planning Deployment, Testing Application Compatability, and 8 Common Issues in Windows 7 Migrations.


It can be downloaded from here at no charge.

Grab your copy of Windows Access Panel for Windows 7 & Vista

We are pleased to release Access Panel for Windows 7 & Vista. While you can use Control Panel to change settings which control nearly everything about how Windows looks and works, in some cases to access these very controls , or the in-built Windows programs, requires you to engage in multiple clicks or know their names.



Windows Access Panel v 1.0 is meant to minimize your trouble in accessing such programs. It has been tested on Windows 7 & Windows Vista. It can simply be downloaded and used as a portable application. Place it in your Programs Files and Pin its shortcut to your Start menu and you are all set to a faster way of accessing the “hidden” Windows utilities.

For instance, WAP will save you a couple of clicks if you want to open any program, like maybe the Disk Defragmentation utility. Or maybe you don’t know that to open the Backup or Restore Usernames & Passwords Wizard you need to type credwiz in the start search and hit Enter! 48 such programs have been included in WAP v 1.0.

With this program, you have all, or atleast most of such programs at your fingertips. The present download is for 32-bit version only; 64-bit version will be added soon.
To a novice, this program will expose him to the many Windows utilities & programs he probably never knew existed on his PC! For a geek, this program hopes to help him access all such, from a convenient single place, easily!

Windows Access Panel has been designed by Ritesh Kawadkar for The Windows Club.If you need help or wish to give suggestions, feedback or need help please visit The Windows Club Feedback & Support Thread.

Register for Windows 7 Commmunity Lauch Event



To look out for your city visit here.

Download BitLocker To Go Reader

BitLocker To Go is used to provide BitLocker protection to removable drives but to read such drives is possible with Windows 7 only but in case we want to read that drive in some other System running Windows XP or Vista. But this small tool we can easily gain a read-only access to BitLocker-protected FAT-formatted drives on sysetm running Windows XP or Windows Vista.

System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows Vista; Windows Vista 64-bit Editions Service Pack 1; Windows Vista Business; Windows Vista Business 64-bit edition; Windows Vista Enterprise; Windows Vista Enterprise 64-bit edition; Windows Vista Home Basic; Windows Vista Home Basic 64-bit edition; Windows Vista Home Premium; Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit edition; Windows Vista Service Pack 1; Windows Vista Service Pack 2; Windows Vista Starter; Windows Vista Ultimate; Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit edition; Windows XP 64-bit; Windows XP Service Pack 2; Windows XP Service Pack 3

Instructions
1. Click the Download button on this page to start the download, or choose a different language from the drop-down list and click Go.
2. Do one of the following:
  • To start the installation immediately, click Open or Run this program from its current location.
  • To copy the download to your computer for installation at a later time, click Save or Save this program to disk.

To download your file as per requirement click here.


Windows Evolution ~ History line of Windows from beginning to Windows 7.

As we all know that Windows 7 is going to be launched after two days on 22nd of October. So lets have an overview of the Windows history starting from the Windows 1.0 to Windows Se7en.

Windows 1.0
Release Date 1985

The first version of Windows provided a new software environment for developing and running applications that use bitmap displays and mouse pointing devices. Before Windows, PC users relied on the MS-DOS® method of typing commands at the C prompt (C:\). With Windows, users moved a mouse to point and click their way through tasks, such as starting applications.
In addition, Windows users could switch among several concurrently running applications. The product included a set of desktop applications, including the MS-DOS file management program, a calendar, card file, notepad, calculator, clock, and telecommunications programs, which helped users manage day-to-day activities.

Windows 2.0
Release Date 1987

 
Windows 2.0 took advantage of the improved processing speed of the Intel 286 processor, expanded memory, and inter-application communication capabilities made possible through Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE). With improved graphics support, users could now overlap windows, control screen layout, and use keyboard combinations to move rapidly through Windows operations. Many developers wrote their first Windows–based applications for this release.
The follow-up release, Windows 2.03, took advantage of the protected mode and extended memory capabilities of the Intel 386 processor. Subsequent Windows releases continued to improve the speed, reliability, and usability of the PC as well as interface design and capabilities.

 Windows 3.0
Release Date 1990


The third major release of the Windows platform from Microsoft offered improved performance, advanced graphics with 16 colors, and full support of the more powerful Intel 386 processor. A new wave of 386 PCs helped drive the popularity of Windows 3.0, which offered a wide range of useful features and capabilities. The popularity of Windows 3.0 grew with the release of a new Windows software development kit (SDK), which helped software developers focus more on writing applications and less on writing device drivers. Widespread acceptance among third-party hardware and software developers helped fuel the success of Windows 3.0. 

Windows for Work groups 3.11
Windows for Workgroups 3.11 added peer-to-peer workgroup and domain networking support. For the first time, Windows–based PCs were network-aware and became an integral part of the emerging client/server computing evolution. Windows for Workgroups was used in local area networks (LANs) and on standalone PCs and laptop computers. It added features of special interest to corporate users, such as centralized configuration and security, significantly improved support for Novell NetWare.

Windows 95
Release Date 1995


Windows 95 integrated a 32-bit TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) stack for built-in Internet support, dial-up networking, and new Plug and Play capabilities that made it easy for users to install hardware and software. The 32-bit operating system also offered enhanced multimedia capabilities, more powerful features for mobile computing, and integrated networking. 

Windows 98
Release Date 1998

 
Windows 98 was the upgrade from Windows 95. Described as an operating system that "Works Better, Plays Better," Windows 98 was the first version of Windows designed specifically for consumers.
With Windows 98, users could find information more easily on their PCs as well as the Internet. Other ease-of-use improvements included the ability to open and close applications more quickly, support for reading DVD discs, and support for universal serial bus (USB) devices.

Windows ME
Release Date 2000


Designed for home computer users, Windows Me offered consumers numerous music, video, and home networking enhancements and reliability improvements.
For example, to help consumers troubleshoot their systems, the System Restore feature let users roll back their PC software configuration to a date or time before a problem occurred. Windows Movie Maker provided users with the tools to digitally edit, save, and share home videos. And with Microsoft Windows Media® Player 7 technologies, users could find, organize, and play digital media easily.

Windows 2000
Release Date 2000

 
Built on top of the proven Windows NT Workstation 4.0 code base, Windows 2000 added major improvements in reliability, ease of use, Internet compatibility, and support for mobile computing. Among other improvements, Windows 2000 Professional simplified hardware installation by adding support for a wide variety of new Plug and Play hardware, including advanced networking and wireless products, USB devices, IEEE 1394 devices, and infrared devices.

Windows XP Professional
Release Date 2001

 
Windows XP Professional brings the solid foundation of Windows 2000 to the PC desktop, enhancing reliability, security, and performance. With a fresh visual design, Windows XP Professional includes features for business and advanced home computing, including remote desktop support, an encrypting file system, and system restore and advanced networking features. Key enhancements for mobile users include wireless 802.1x networking support, Windows Messenger, and Remote Assistance.

Windows Vista Ultimate
Release Date 2007

 
The most complete edition of Windows Vista—with the power, security, and mobility features that you need for work and all of the entertainment features that you want for fun.
Windows Vista Ultimate is the choice for those who want to have it all. Easily shift between the worlds of productivity and play with the most complete edition of Windows Vista. Ultimate provides the power, security, and mobility features needed for work, and all the entertainment features that you want for fun.

Windows 7
Release Date 2009


It is more reliable, more responsive, and to make the things consumers do every day easier, which Windows 7 was built around consumers' feedback.
Windows 7 works the way businesses want. It makes users productive anywhere, delivers enhanced security and control to reduce risk, and streamlines PC manageability to reduce costs. It is also the best operating system for work and home. Windows 7 Professional works the way customers want, enables customers to get more done and safeguards their work.

Let Me Bing That For You ~ similar as Let Me Google That For You

Some people like to search for themselves rather they bother someone else with their stupid questions. This website is inspired from Let Me Google That For You and is meant for such persons. Let me Bing that for you is for all those people that love to bother you with their question rather than simply Bing it themselves. While answering such questions in a funny manner, you’re also educating those people on how to use search. “Teach a man to fish” as they say. :)





This website has an image associated with it which keeps on changing daily as similar to that of Bing
Development: Maarten Balliauw, Juliƫn Hanssens, Phil Haack
Inspiration: Let me Google that for you
Contact: Phil Haack
And it is not associated to Microsoft nor to Bing.

Windows 7 editions comparison

As we all know that Windows 7 is going to be launched worldwide on 22nd of this month and all of us are waiting for the date desperately so its must that we first know which one is right for us. So here is a small comparison chart between the editions of Windows 7.

Features

Home Premium

Professional

Ultimate

Make the things you do every day easier with improved desktop navigation.

Start programs faster and more easily, and quickly find the documents you use most often.

Make your web experience faster, easier and safer than ever with Internet Explorer 8.

Watch many of your favorite TV shows for free when and where you want with Internet TV.

Easily create a home network and connect your PCs to a printer with HomeGroup.

Run many Windows XP productivity programs in Windows XP Mode (separate download).

 

Connect to company networks easily and more securely with Domain Join.

 

In addition to full-system Backup and Restore found in all editions, you can back up to a home or business network.

 

Help protect data on your PC and portable storage devices against loss or theft with BitLocker.

   

Work in the language of your choice and switch between any of 35 languages.

   

Courtesy Microsoft

Google Wave. Now its GOOGLE’s turn to show up something new.

Now just wait for the new wave of email is coming to meet today’s need of most advanced users because GOGGLE is coming with a new experiment over communication over web in a total new advanced way called as ‘GOOGLE WAVE’.

Google Wave is an online tool for real-time communication and collaboration. A wave can be both a conversation and a document where people can discuss and work together using richly formatted text, photos, videos, maps, and more.

What is a wave?

A wave is equal parts conversation and document. People can communicate and work together with richly formatted text, photos, videos, maps, and more.

A wave is shared. Any participant can reply anywhere in the message, edit the content and add participants at any point in the process. Then playback lets anyone rewind the wave to see who said what and when.



A wave is live. With live transmission as you type, participants on a wave can have faster conversations, see edits and interact with extensions in real-time.

Some key technologies in Google Wave:

Real-time collaboration

Concurrency control technology lets all people on a wave edit rich media at the same time. Watch the tech video

Natural language tools

Server-based models provide contextual suggestions and spelling correction. Watch the tech video

Extending Google Wave

Embed waves in other sites or add live social gadgets, thanks to Google Wave APIs.

Courtesy google.

Magnifier keyboard shortcuts in Windows Se7en

Magnifier keyboard shortcuts

Keyboard Shortcuts

Task Performed

Windows logo key + Plus Sign (+) or Minus Sign (-)

Zoom in or out

Ctrl+Alt+Spacebar

Preview the desktop in full-screen mode

Ctrl+Alt+F

Switch to full-screen mode

Ctrl+Alt+L

Switch to lens mode

Ctrl+Alt+D

Switch to docked mode

Ctrl+Alt+I

Invert colors

Ctrl+Alt+arrow keys

Pan in the direction of the arrow keys

Ctrl+Alt+R

Resize the lens

Windows logo key + Esc

Exit Magnifier

Microsoft Unveiled new Armani Phones

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, Giorgio Armani and Won Pyo Hong, executive vice president at Samsung Mobile, display Samsung’s new Armani phone powered by Windows Mobile 6.5 during a joint press release in Milan, Italy.



On October 6 Microsoft unveiled a new generation of Windows phones from leading manufacturers and mobile operators that offer an intuitive user interface, powerful Web browsing, and access to an online library of downloadable services and applications. This stylish new phone from Samsung, powered by Windows Mobile 6.5, was unveiled by Giorgio Armani, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, and Won Pyo Hong of Samsung Mobile.
Courtesy Microsoft PressPass

Windows Phones Strikes Stores Worldwide.

A new generation of phones from leading manufacturers and mobile operators is unveiled today by Microsoft and that offers an intuitive user interface, powerful Web browsing, and access to an online library of downloadable services and applications. Windows® phones — a new brand for phones running Microsoft’s Windows Mobile operating system — are now available in retail stores worldwide in a broad range of styles and prices.



Windows phones are designed to keep people connected to their business e-mail, calendar and contacts, as well as helping people stay in touch with friends and family with voice, instant messaging, photo and video sharing and social networking.
Courtesy Microsoft Press

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