Quick Tips to Speed Up Mac Productivity

Shortcuts

1. Command + Space

2. Command + Tab

3. Command + ‘L’

4. Command + ‘~’

5. Command + ‘+/-’

6. Miscellaneous

  • Command + Shift + (arrow keys) is used to switch between tabs on Safari.
  • Command + Option + (arrow keys) is used to switch between tabs on Chrome.
  • Command + ‘R’ is used to refresh the window.
  • Command + ‘W’ is used to close the current tab, or window if you have only one tab open.
  • Command + ‘Q’ is used to quit the current application.
  • Command + ‘T’ is used to open a new tab of the same application.
  • Command + ’N’ is used to open a new window of the same application.

Applications

1. BetterSnapTool

2. f.lux

3. RescueTime

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