I've got another cool Windows keyboard shortcut for you. For the uninitiated, shortcuts are commands that save you time by performing a Windows task in a few keystrokes, rather than doing more mouse-clicking, menu-finding, etc. This one is the "Alt + underlined letter" shortcut.
Look at the graphic here at the top. It's a snip of the Menu in Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) browser. Notice how certain letters are underlined in the words -- the "F" in File, or the "V" in View, for example. While you could move your mouse and click on the word to open the menu, you could save time by clicking the "Alt" key, along with the underlined letter. To see your recent browsing history, for instance, just press the "Alt" and "s" keys at the same time, and your history pops up automatically.
I love using keyboard shortcuts; once you see how much time you save, I bet you will, too.