On Windows, the Run command is used to directly open an application or document whose path is known. Here are 148 Run commands to help speed things up.
Windows 8 comes with a number of new keyboard shortcut that you can use. Check out the list of Windows 8 keyboard shortcuts here.
Twitter just does so many things that it just becomes hard to post, reply, and read quickly. Use this Twitter Commands and Shortcuts cheatsheet to get around.
This Regular Expressions cheatsheet is useful for people who need a little refresher from time to time.
One of the best things about Mac OS is the number of keyboard shortcuts it supports. Here is a cheatsheet of the keyboard shortcuts in Mac OS X.
If you are one of those who will freak out when you are on the terminal, here is a Linux command line cheat sheet to make your workflow more productive.
Even if you’re a regular Chrome user, there are dozens of keyboard shortcuts for Chrome that you might not know about. Here are more keyboard shortcuts for you.
While Gmail is easy to use, it can be even better when you make use of this Gmail Shortcuts cheatsheet to master all the keyboard shortcuts for Gmail.
The keyboard shortcuts used for the desktop versions of Evernote have been changed. Follow the Evernote Cheat Sheet for the updated shortcuts.
The Vim editor is a useful command-line based tool for experienced users as well as newbie. Here’s a cheatsheet to help you get the most out of Vim.
Sublime Text is not a strange name for those who have been coding programs for some time. Here is the keyboard shortcut for Sublime Text. Enjoy!
If you want to use the Markdown syntax for your web documents, we have created a cheatsheet that can help you learn and understand the syntax. Check it out.
Some of us are really good with a keyboard. We’ve compiled fifty of the best Microsoft Word keyboard shortcuts for the Office version 2013.