Shortcuts Gnome for Linux

We present to your attention the shortcuts for the Gnome for Linux which is used on the operating system Linux, in this hotkeys description 19 of the most popular and important shortcuts are offered. You can also add your changes on our portal if you consider the data insufficiently complete or add a new program from the very beginning.

General

Linux Description Edit Cancel Save & submit
Alt+F1 Open the programs menu
Alt+F2 Open the 'Run Application' menu
Alt+F3 Focus the Deskbar dialog (if installed)
Shift+F10 Open the context menu for the selected item
printscreen Take a screenshot
Alt+printscreen Take a screenshot of the current window
Ctrl+Alt+Backspace Restart the X windows server. (Disabled by default in Ubuntu 9.04+. Here are the instructions on how to re-enable
Ctrl+Alt+L Lock the screen
Ctrl+Alt+Delete Show the shutdown menu

Window Management

Linux Description Edit Cancel Save & submit
Alt+Tab Cycle through open windows
Alt+F4 Close current window
Alt+F5 Unmaximize current window (if maximized)
Alt+F7/Alt+drag Move current window. Use mouse or arrow keys to move, then press any key or click the mouse to finish.
Alt+F8/Alt+middle click drag Resize current window. Use mouse or arrow up/arrow down to resize, then press any key or click the mouse to finish.
Alt+F9 Minimize current window
Alt+F10 Maximize the current window
Alt+Space Open the window menu.
Ctrl+Alt+D Minimize all windows and show desktop
Ctrl+Alt+Arrow Keys Move to the workspace in the specified direction
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Date of change: 25.01.2019
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*Some of the keys listed may not work in older versions of the program