10 Basic VS Code Shortcuts You Should Know - MrAboutTech


Saturday, October 31, 2020

10 Basic VS Code Shortcuts You Should Know


10 Basic VS Code Shortcuts You Should Know
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VS Code is the editor that is loved by the developer community because of being lightweight and fast. Also, there are useful extensions that can make you coding experience better. But there is one more thing that can make your workflow even better and that is shortcuts.

Here are the 10 most basic VS Code shortcuts that you should know:

1. Create a New File

Create a New File

Shortcut: Ctrl + N

2. Close a File

Close a File

Shortcut: Ctrl + W

3. Create New Window

Create New Window

Shortcut: Ctrl + Shift + N

4. Close a Window

Close a Window

Shortcut: Ctrl + Shift + W

5. Toggle Sidebar

Toggle Sidebar

Shortcut: Ctrl + B

6. Toggle Terminal

Toggle Terminal

Shortcut: Ctrl + `  (Control + Backtick)

7. Open Command Palette

Open Command Palette

Shortcut: Ctrl + Shift + P

8. Find a File

Find a File

Shortcut: Ctrl + P

9. Open Setting

Open Setting

Shortcut: Ctrl + ,  (Control + Comma)

10. Keyboard Shortcuts List

Keyboard Shortcuts List

Shortcut: Ctrl + K  Ctrl + S

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