Simplify your browsing with Internet Explorer 7 Shortcuts

Internet Explorer7 or simple IE7 is one of the good browsers used by many people. There are many ways by which you can make your browsing experience easy and fast. All you need is some short cuts. here are some of the IE 7 shortcuts:

Open a link in a new tab in the background [Ctrl] + Click (or just middle-click)

Open a link in a new tab in the foreground [Ctrl] + [Shift] + Click

Open a new tab in the foreground [Ctrl] + [T]

Switch between tabs [Ctrl] + [Tab] (forward) OR [Ctrl] +

[Shift] + [Tab] (backward)

Close current tab (closes current window when [Ctrl] + [W] OR [Ctrl] + [F4]

there are no open tabs)

Open a new tab in the foreground from the address bar [Alt] + [Enter]

Switch to the nth tab (n can be 1 to 8) [Ctrl] + [n]

Switch to the last tab [Ctrl] + [9]

Close all other tabs [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [F4]

Open quick tab view [Ctrl] + [Q]

View list of open tabs [Ctrl] + [Shift] + [Q]

Increase zoom (+10%) [Ctrl] + [+]

Decrease zoom (-10%) [Ctrl] + [-]

Original zoom [Ctrl] + [0] OR [Ctrl] + [*]

Go to the Toolbar search box [Ctrl] + [E]

Bring down the search provider menu [Ctrl] + [Down Arrow]

Go to home page [Alt] + [Home]

Go backward a page [Alt] + [Left Arrow]

Go forward a page [Alt] + [Right Arrow]

Refresh the page and the cache [Ctrl] + [F5]

Stop loading page [Esc]

Open Favorites [Ctrl] + [I]

Open Favorites in pinned mode [Ctrl] + [Shift] + [I]

Organise Favorites [Ctrl] + [B]

Add current page to Favorites [Ctrl] + [D]

Open Feeds [Ctrl] + [J]

Open Feeds in pinned mode [Ctrl] + [Shift] + [J]

Open History [Ctrl] + [H]

Open History in pinned mode [Ctrl] + [Shift] + [H]

Select the Address Bar [Alt] + [D]

View list of previously-typed addresses [F4]

View list of search providers [Ctrl] + [Down Arrow]

If you got any more short cuts share them here. you can bookmark this post for future use too 😀


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August 12, 2008 by: Prasanth Chandra

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