Apple developers have provided macOS with a host of keyboard shortcut keys. The most famous are ⌘Cmd + C (copy) and ⌘Cmd + V (paste). But there is hardly a person who can remember all the keyboard shortcuts in macOS.
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However, there are some really convenient and quick keyboard shortcuts on this operating system that can make everyday use of the Mac even more enjoyable. Various shortcuts with the ⇧Shift key will help ensure that your computer quickly implements some useful commands.
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Useful macOS keyboard shortcuts using Shift
We will talk about five such combinations that are likely to be useful to any macOS user and can become irreplaceable for him over time.
Cancel and Repeat
Many people know that the keyboard shortcut ⌘Cmd + Z help undo the last action by rolling back the change. But adding to this combination also ⇧Shift (⇧Shift + ⌘Cmd + Z), you can also return the canceled back by repeating the canceled command.
When you browse a web page or open a document in Pages, you can scroll down one screen using the space bar. And with the combination ⇧Shift + Space you scroll the page in the opposite direction.
Keyboard shortcut ⌘Cmd + Tab will enable the macOS application selector. This will allow you to quickly switch to other active applications. Just hold down the key ⌘Cmd and use the tab to go to the desired application. You will start walking the list, starting with recently launched applications. A combination ⌘Cmd + ⇧Shift + Tab will allow you to switch to applications in the reverse order.
Tabs are used in several macOS applications, such as Finder and Safari. Keyboard shortcut ⌘Cmd + T You open a new tab in the application. If you accidentally close a tab, add to the combination ⇧Shift (⇧Shift + ⌘Cmd + T)to open the last closed tab again.
When filling out a form in Safari (and in all other browsers) you can use the key Tab to go to the next field in the form. If you want to return to the previous field, then this is not difficult using the combination ⇧Shift + Tab.