Mastering the Internet Explorer

Mastering the Internet Explorer

Nowadays, there are many other high-end browsers present in the market. These browsers are way better than the traditional Internet Explorer. But if you are a geek or a coder, then you will be well aware about the significance of the Internet Explorer. Most of the coders uses Internet explorer to for coding. As Internet Explorer is the oldest and traditional browsers, any bug that is found and resolved on this browser is considered to be found and resolved on any browser. Hence, to help master you Internet Explorer, here are some shortcuts for you.

Mastering the Internet Explorer

Alt + Left Arrow       Back a page.

Backspace   Back a page.

Alt + Right Arrow    Forward a page.

F5       Refresh current page, frame, or tab.

F11     Display the current website in full screen mode. Pressing F11 again will exit this mode.

Esc     Stop page or download from loading.

Ctrl + (- or +) Increase or decrease the font size, pressing ‘-‘ will decrease and ‘+’ will increase.

Ctrl + Enter   Quickly complete an address. For example, type computerhope in the address bar and press CTRL + ENTER to get

Ctrl + D          Add a Favorite for the page currently opened.

Ctrl + I            Display available bookmarks.

Ctrl + N          Open New browser window.

Ctrl + P          Print current page or frame.

Ctrl + T          Opens a new tab.

Ctrl + F4        Closes the currently selected tab.

Ctrl + Tab      Moves through each of the open tabs.

Spacebar      Moves down a page at a time.

Shift + Spacebar     Moves up a page at a time.

Alt + Down arrow    Display all previous text entered in a text box or available options on drop-down menu.

Alt + D            Highlights the text in the address bar

So friends, did you find these shortcuts helpful? Do let us know your thoughts by commenting below.

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