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45 WinNc Keyboard Shortcuts

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Most used WinNc Shortcuts

Action WinNc Shortcut keys
Help F1
View F3
Edit F4
Copy F5
Move / Rename F6
Create directory / mkdir / Make Dir F7
Delete files F8
Calculates the size of the selected files F9
Quit F10
Attributes F11
Compression F12
Select a drive for the left panel Alt + F1
Select a drive for the right panel Alt + F2
Quit Alt + F4
Create shortcut Alt + F9
Exit Windows Alt + F10
Select an external viewer for a selected filetype Shift + F3
Edit in notepad Shift + F4
Encrypt files Shift + F5
Decrypt files Shift + F6
Delete to trashcan Shift + F8
Make/add the selection +
Remove from selection
Invert selection *
Go back to the root /
Up one directory Backspace
Inserts the selected filename onto the command line Ctrl + Enter
Split files Ctrl + F12
Switch between panels Tab
typing in the command line: Jump to the first letter of the file or directory Start
Selects one file or directory in the panel Insert
Changes directories Enter
Starts an application Enter
Opens the associated program Enter
Starts the command line in the command prompt Enter
Merges split files together Enter
Opens a compressed file Enter
In the viewer: Exits the WinNc viewer Esc
Reread directory Ctrl + R
Repeats the inserted information in the command line Ctrl + E
System information Ctrl + S
Find files Ctrl + F
Add files or directories to the backup list Ctrl + B
Copy files to the clipboard Ctrl + C
Paste files from the clipboard to the active directory Ctrl + V


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