It seems like I am spending half my time launching the Task Manager to fix issues. One keystroke shortcut to get direct to the Task Manager. Simply press Control Shift Esc Why not try it out now, practice it and you’ll seldom need to use Control Alt Delete ever again. Which wouldn’t be so bad except that I have little or no room left on my hard drive – when I check it in my C: drive is red!
Eventually it dawned on me that I can save myself a lot of messing around with pressing Control Alt Delete and selecting Start Task Manager by quickly going direct to the Task Manager. So, I need to get rid of files by deleting them or moving them to an external backup.
Here you'll find handy hints, tips, tricks, techniques and tutorials on using software as diverse as Excel, Word, Power Point, Outlook, Access and Publisher from Microsoft and other applications that I love.Sometimes I need to get a list of files or folders inside another folder in Windows.I like to either print the results or take them to Excel to work on them.You can now delete or move any files you no longer need. If you don’t know what a file is – DON’T delete it!If it is a Windows file you could wind up with a computer that no longer works. Heaps and heaps of old backups that I make before I go on holidays each year and which were just sitting there.I have ten or more cells so that’s just a plain waste of time.