Alt+Enter: Properties

In quite a few applications, you can press Alt+Enter to open a Properties dialog box (which displays information about the selected object).

For example, suppose you press the Windows key+E to open the Windows Explorer. As you navigate around, suppose you want to know more information about a folder or drive or file. Press Alt+Enter and you’ll get a Properties dialog box.

6 thoughts on “Alt+Enter: Properties”

    1. Hello,
      is there any way to disable the ALT-ENTER shortcut in Windows 7?
      I searched gpedit and regedit but can’t find anything?
      Thanks

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