Alt F4 - Comparison of Keyboard Shortcuts - Accessibility

Accessibility

  • In Windows, it is possible to disable these shortcuts using the Accessibility or Ease of Access control panel.
  • In GNOME, these shortcuts are possible if Universal Access is enabled.
Action Windows Mac OS KDE GNOME
Utility Manager ⊞ Win+U
Use keyboard to control cursor (Left Alt+Left Shift+Numlock
Allow user to press shortcuts one key at a time (⇧ Shift 5 times) ***(⇧ Shift 5 times)
Hear beep when -lock key pressed (Numlock for 5 seconds)
Stop/slow repeating characters when key is pressed (Right Shift for 8 seconds) ***(⇧ Shift for 8 seconds)

Inverse (Reverse Colors) Mode Left Alt+Left Shift+PrtScn ⌘ Cmd+⌥ Opt+Ctrl+8

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