How can cat typing tell my computer to do so many things?
Keyboard shortcuts are a way for fast typists to enter menu commands without having to use the mouse.
Most popular software has keyboard shortcuts built right in for every command. Pressing the ALT key, the CTRL key, the function keys F1-F12, or any of many other keys as part of a random key sequence can activate various commands in different software.
One shortcut in most Windows programs is triggered by pressing the ALT key. Once you have pressed the ALT key, you can pick any command from the program's main menu by pressing any of the many letters that are shown underlined in the program's main menu. Try it in your Web browser now!
Careless paws pressing keyboard command shortcuts can:
If, when you've been away from the computer, you've had some files deleted, windows moved around oddly, your computer reconfigured mysteriously...your cat may have done it by pressing random keyboard shortcuts.
But PawSense can help your computer
protect itself against mischievous felines.
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