Well, the same is true when it comes to working on the computer. Time is important, so most of us are looking for ways to eliminate a few extra clicks to get the job done. The website MakeUseOf has developed a series of downloadable "cheat sheets" showing the keyboard shortcuts available in various programs. There are cheat sheets for programs like Dropbox, Firefox, Gmail, iTunes, Skype, YouTube and more.
Here's a sample:
Alfred is a free productivity app designed to save you time in searching your computer and the web. You simply launch Alfred and type in the application or program you want to access. A list comes up for to you choose from. Looking for a file? Simply type "find" and then the beginning name of the file. Again, Alfred will give you a list to choose from and with a single click the file will open. No more digging through your multiple layers of folders (unless you can't remember the file name, which happened to me today) to access a file. To learn more about Alfred, check out the video below or go to
Alfred Support for tutorials, getting started documents and more.