Ubuntu is a standout amongst the most mainstream Linux conveyances, which is presumably because of the way that it simple to utilize, and is sufficiently amicable for individuals who are new to Linux.
Nonetheless, on the off chance that you need to rapidly figure out how to explore your way around your Ubuntu machine, learning console easy routes is one thing you should do. Along these lines, here are 12 Ubuntu console alternate ways that will make your life simpler:
1. View File Details (Properties) Quickly
On the off chance that you need to see the properties of a record or envelope, you will presumably right snap on the document, and snap on “Properties”. Notwithstanding, there is an a lot simpler (and quicker) method for doing this.
Just select the document you need to see the properties for, and press “Ctrl + I”. This will legitimately open the properties board for the document, or envelope, without you taking your hands off the console.
2. View Folder Contents in a New Tab
Selected perusing is extraordinary, and you can open envelopes in new tabs, in the Ubuntu document administrator. This is unquestionably an incredible component, and will help you a great deal. Be that as it may, opening an envelope in another tab should be possible in one of two different ways:
it is possible that you right snap on the organizer, and snap on “Open in New Tab”, or you utilize the console alternate route “Move + Ctrl + T”. Be that as it may, there is a simpler method to do this.
Basically select the envelope you need to open in another tab, and press “Move + Enter/Return”, and the organizer will open up in another tab.
3. Show/Hide Hidden Files in File Manager
Another extremely helpful alternate way to know, particularly in the event that you get yourself altering config documents way again and again, is the manner by which to appear/stow away concealed records in document director.
You can do this effectively with a console alternate route. Just dispatch the record director, and press “Ctrl + H”. This will flip the shrouded records between the unmistakable/concealed state. So you can rapidly discover the document you were searching for, and afterward shroud them all back once more.
4. Close All Windows of an Application
This alternate route can prove to be useful in circumstances where you immediately need to close every one of the windows of an application. Let’s assume you have different Terminals open, and you have to stop them all.
You can do this effectively with a console alternate way. Basically press “Ctrl + Q”, and all the Terminal windows that you had opened will be shut right away. In the event that you simply need to close a solitary window, press “Ctrl + W.
5. Quickly Open Trash
On the off chance that you erased various records, and simply need to guarantee that you’re not unintentionally erasing an imperative one, the most ideal approach to do it, is to open the Trash, and check.
Be that as it may, doing this with the mouse can be tedious, particularly in case you’re a console substantial client. Luckily, you can rapidly dispatch the Trash with a console alternate way, also. Simply press Super + T, and Ubuntu will open up the Trash for you.
6. Easily Navigate the Menu Bar Items in Ubuntu
Let’s assume you’re working, and you have to get to the application’s menu to complete a specific employment. Rather than taking your hands off the console, and utilizing the mouse to explore the menus, you can utilize a console easy route, also.
Basically press “Alt + F10” to explore to the menu bar. Here, you can utilize the cursor keys to explore between different menu alternatives. This will spare you a ton of time, over the long haul.
7. Open the Dash, and Navigate Between Lenses
The Dash is the place you can discover all your introduced applications. It is a ton like the Launchpad in macOS. In any case, propelling the dash expects you to tap on the symbol in the launcher. Rather than doing that, you can essentially press the “Super” key (windows/direction), to open up the Dash.
When the Dash is open, you can switch between different focal points, for example, the “Application Lens”, “Document Lens”, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg, by utilizing “Ctrl + Tab”, to effectively search for things that you need to discover.
8. Spread All Windows
In the event that you’ve utilized a Mac, you should think about the App Exposé highlight. It’s an exceptionally convenient component that can turn out to be very helpful when you have a great deal of utilizations open, and need to get an elevated perspective on every one of them.
To do this in Ubuntu, you can essentially squeeze “Super + W”, and all the open application windows will be spread out on the screen, so you can see everything that is open on your PC.
9. Minimize All Windows
In the event that you have a ton of windows open on your PC, and you have to rapidly go to the work area, you can rapidly limit every one of them utilizing a straightforward console alternate route. Simply press “Ctrl + Super + D”, and the majority of your open windows will promptly limit.