Windows Vista has it's own set of keyboard shortcuts, but did you know you can launch also assign shortcuts to launch any application? For example, you might want to launch the Calculator every time you press CTRL + F12.\n \nTo assign a keyboard combination, find a shortcut to the application you wish to launch, right click it and select [B]Properties[/B]:\n \n[CENTER][ATTACH]202.vB[/ATTACH][/CENTER]\n \nThen click in the "[B]Shortcut Key[/B]" box and press the desired key combination you wish to start the application. Once you have done this, click [B]OK[/B]. You can choose a key combination from the following options:\n[LIST]\n[*]F1-F12 [B]or[/B] Numpad Key\n[*]SHIFT + (F1-F12 [B]or[/B] Numpad Key)\n[*]CTRL + (F1-F12 [B]or[/B] Numpad Key)\n[*](CTRL + ALT [B]or[/B] CTRL + SHIFT [B]or[/B] ALT + SHIFT) + Almost any key[/LIST][CENTER][ATTACH]203.vB[/ATTACH][/CENTER]\n \nNow, pressing that key combination should load your selected application. This can be a real time saver for your most used applications.