Linux – Gnome Shortcut Keys
Gnome Shortcut Keys for Linux
win or alt+f1 – Open the Overview, showing all workspaces and windows.
alt+tab – Cycle through open windows. Add shift to cycle in the reverse direction.
alt+` – Cycle through open windows of a single application (while alt+tab switcher is open).
alt+esc – Cycle through open windows without invoking thealt+tab switcher.
alt+f6 – Cycle through open windows of a single application without invoking the alt+tab switcher
ctrl+alt+arrow up/arrow down – Move to workspace up/down
ctrl+alt+shift+arrow up/arrow down – Move current window to workspace up/down
alt+f2 – Open a command dialog box.
alt – Hold alt while selecting the “Suspend” item in the user menu (upper right) to display the “Shut Down” option.
ctrl+alt+l – Lock screen.
ctrl+alt+delete – Logout.
printscreen – Take a screenshot of the current view.
alt+printscreen – Take a screenshot of the current window.
ctrl+alt+shift+r – Begin recording a screencast. (may not be supported in all distributions)
alt+f4 – Close current window.
alt+f5 – Restore/Unmaximize current window (if maximized)
alt+f7 or alt+drag – Move current window. Use mouse or arrow keys to move, then press any key or click the mouse to finish.
alt+f8 or alt+middle click drag – Resize current window. Use mouse or arrow up/arrow downto resize, then press any key or click the mouse to finish.
alt+f10 – Maximize/Unmaximize window.
alt+space – Open the window menu.