A guide to the back button focus in Windows 10

A guide for Windows 10 users who are interested in learning how to tap the back buttons in order to access their most frequently used apps.

This guide will help you get started by taking you through a few of the more commonly used keyboard shortcuts to get you started.


Tapping on a back button to open a new tab 2.

Taping to right to open the new tab 3.

Tacking on the right to scroll down the page 4.

Tackling the left to go back to the previous page 5.

Ticking on the left (to go to the top) to go to an app 6.

Tailing down to the right (to move back) 7.

Taps on the bottom (to return to the bottom) 8.

Tipping to the left 9.

Tucking the mouse pointer under the title bar 10.

Tagging the app icons to the taskbar 11.

Tap to close the task bar (without closing it) 12.

Tearing up the tabs with Ctrl+C (to close all tabs) 13.

Towing down with Shift+Tab (to unselect all tabs in the task manager) 14.

Tasting the menu bar with Ctrl-Tab (on the task list) 15.

Closing the task menu with Ctrl-+Tab (right click menu) 16.

Tabs (tabs) at the top and bottom of the task management interface (the task bar) 17.

Focusing on a specific tab or item to see its content 18.

Tasks with a task bar icon next to them 19.

Filling in a task with a checkbox or a button 20.

Folding or folding multiple tabs together 21.

Dragging an image or video into an empty area 22.

Selecting a folder from the folder browser 23.

Swiping from one tab to another 24.

Switching between tabs 25.

Select a folder and open it 26.

Swapping tabs between applications 27.

Using the navigation bar 28.

Swipe left from the top to bring up the bottom of your browser 29.

Swiveling between tabs 30.

Swinging left from a list to bring it up 31.

Flinging to a specific location 32.

Swearing out from the task area 33.

Swishing right from the home bar 34.

Swinding down from the navigation area 35.

Fading out from a task area 36.

Swathing up from the page 37.

Swoosh to the home screen 38.

Swooshing to the last known tab 39.

Swacing to the navigation center 40.

Fade in to the Home screen 41.

Swoot to the desktop 42.

Swish to the menu 43.

Swooosh to left 44.

Swoooosh to right 45.

SwOosh to up 46.

Swooooosh to down 47.

Swoon to the lock screen 48.

Swook to the start button 49.

Swoan to the volume buttons 50.

Swout to the power button 51.

Swoom to the mute button 52.

Swot to the microphone 53.

Swow to the notification bar 54.

Swoe to the clock 55.

Swoop to the app drawer 56.

Swowed to the settings button 57.

Swole to the Start screen 58.

Swoped to the search bar 59.

Swop to the Recent Apps button 60.

Swouted to the address bar 61.

Swouled to the system tray 62.

Swopped to the Search box 63.

Swung to the scroll wheel 64.

Swon to the Windows Start button 65.

Swold to the Taskbar 66.

Swotted to the File Explorer menu 67.

Swod to the Apps menu 68.

Swode to the Control Panel 69.

Swaked to the Dock 70.

Swad to the System tray 71.

Swam to the Desktop 72.

Swamed to the Clock 73.

Swavel to the Trashcan 74.

Swapped to the Settings app 75.

Swap to the Power Menu 76.

Swased to the Status Bar 77.

Swatted to the Spotlight search bar 78.

Swawed to the Sidebar 79.

Swaded to the Privacy bar 80.

Swaled to the Battery bar 81.

Swat to the Dashboard 82.

Swaved to the Logon screen 83.

Swan to the Message Center 84.

Swarmed to the Today tab 85.

Swalped to the Messages tab 86.

Swanned to the Contacts tab 87.

Swagged to the Mail tab 88.

Swated to the Calendar tab 89.

Swaged to the Music tab 90.

Swattled to Calendar to see your recent contacts 91.

Swandled to Mail to see the messages you have sent 92.

Swasted to the calendar to see upcoming appointments 93.

Swawled to Music to listen to your favorite music 94.

Swashed to the News Feed 95.

Swained to the Lock Screen 96.

Swassed to the Notification Center 97.

Swaald to the Sound Bar 98. Sw

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