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Tip #4. Windows 10 - Simulate a right-click

If you’re a screen reader user, in Windows 10 you can use the application key or SHIFT + F10 to simulate a right-click and access more menu options. This is useful for moving applications between multiple desktops from the Windows task view, which is accessed by WINDOWS KEY + TAB.

Windows 10 desktop. Screen reader? Shift plus F10 simulates a right-click in Windows 10.

You can create new desktops by pressing CTRL + WINDOWS KEY + D

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