We all know the basic MacBook keyboard shortcuts (hopefully), like Alt + Command + C (copy) or Alt + Command + V (paste), but check out these 5 Macbook keyboard shortcuts you may not have known existed:
Many first time Mac users don’t know this one, especially because it differs so much from the delete function in Windows.
Command + D to delete any text in front of the cursor.
2. Look-up Words
Command + Control + D to look up a word you cursor is on.
3. Minimise all Open Windows
This MacBook keyboard shortcut is particularly handy for when you have had a late night of surfing and your poor machine is overloaded with open windows.
Command + Option + M to minimise all open windows into the Dock.
4. Instant Force Quit
This shortcut allows you to bypass the Force Quit application and instantly Force Quit a crashed application.
.Hold down Command + Shift + Option + Esc for a few seconds
5. Take a Screen Shot
Most people know how to do this on their iPhones, but not on their MacBooks.
Command + Shift + 3 for the entire screen.
Command + Shift + 4 for the option to snap part of the screen.