For those of you who prefer to use a keyboard shortcut rather than the point and click of a mouse, this article is for you. Windows 7 has Windows Key support for more keyboard shortcuts than ever before. We're not saying you'll never need to touch your mouse again, but you can definitely keep your fingers on the keys more, and get your work done faster, with these handy key combos.
For example, have you ever wondered what that Windows key was for? Here's a list of shortcuts for using that key, as well as a few others.