How to Create a Windows Shortcut Key

 First of all, you need to create the shortcut of the program in which you wish to create a shortcut key.

  1. Open the folder or directory in which you want to create the shortcut.
  2. Right-click on that program/app and look at the option to “create shortcut
  3. This will create the shortcut of the program and if you wish to rename it, you can rename it also. Right-click on the shortcut program and Rename it.
  4. After that, if you want to move/copy the shortcut program to anywhere to execute the program, you can use the copy/paste/cut method.

Once the shortcut has been created, you can assign the shortcut keystroke to that program.

  1. Right-click on the shortcut program and click on properties.
  2. Click on the Shortcut key.
  3. In the shortcut key, press any key/letter which you make to make its shortcut key, if you press letter T it will automatically create Ctrl+Alt+T as you can see in the above picture, Which means that if saved, pressing Ctrl and Alt and T will run that shortcut.
  4. You are done here, now you can access that folder/program just press Ctrl+Alt+T

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