The function keys, F1 through F12, located on the top row of a computer keyboard, aren’t there to collect dust. They perform different functions, and some of them are really useful.
We invites you to discover the many uses of these keys, allowing you to take advantage of the possibilities offered by the keyboard.
The Uses Of Function Keys
F1: Opens the Help screen for almost every program.
F2: This allows you to rename a selected file or folder.
F3: Opens a search feature for an application that is active at the moment.
F4: Alt + F4 closes the active window.
F5: This allows you to refresh or reload the page or document window.
F6: Moves the cursor to the address bar in most Internet browsers.
F7: Used to spell check and grammar check a document in Microsoft applications such as Microsoft Word.
F8: Used to access the boot menu in Windows when turning on the computer.
F9: Refreshes a document in Microsoft Word and sends and receives e-mails in Microsoft Outlook.
F10: Activates the menu bar of an open application. Shift + F10 is the same as right clicking.
F11: Enters and exits fullscreen mode in Internet browsers.
F12: Opens the Save as dialog box in Microsoft Word.
Based on materials from Alegsa