Use ⌘ + C shortcut on your Mac to copy the selected item to the Clipboard. It works on selected text or image, on files and folders.
Sometimes you have to work with some old devices. Some of them are based on Windows CE operating system. Running into trouble with this devices is quite a pain. Fortunately, if you connect a keyboard you can use a lot of shortcuts to find a work around and troubleshoot.
|Ctrl + Alt + Equal (=)||Calibrate Touch|
|Shift + Shift||Caps Lock|
|Fn + Ctrl||Numlock, Numeric Keypad|
|Alt + Ctrl||Alt Tap (Right Click)|
|Alt + Up Key||Page Up|
|Alt + Down Key||Page Down|
|Alt + Left Key||Home|
|Alt + Right Key||End|
|WinKey + Esc||Toggle open windows|
|WinKey (or) Ctrl + Esc||Display Start Menu|
|WinKey + M||Minimise All|
|WinKey + –||PC Link|
|WinKey + /||Stylus Configuration Properties|
|WinKey + C||Control Panel|
|WinKey + E||Windows Explorer|
|WinKey + Run||Run Dialogue|
|WinKey + H||Help|
|WinKey + i||Stylus Properties|
|WinKey + K||Keyboard Properties|
|WinKey + Space Bar||Windows Shortcut Key Help|
|WinKey + TAB||Minimise All|
|Alt + Tab||Task Manager|
|Ctrl + Alt + Del||Task Manager|
|Ctrl + Alt + Backspace||Task Manager|
|Alt + Esc||Cycle Open Windows|
|Ctrl + A||Select All|
|Alt + Enter||Right Tap, Properties|
|Alt + H||Help (in most programs)|
I am a big fan of Waze, a community-based traffic and navigation app. This app is sending and receiving data and this requires a permanent internet connection. From time to time I also have to make or receive a phone call. My car has a build in Bluetooth interface so my calls are quite easy to be made using my steering wheel controls. This is just one example of browsing internet while making a phone call. You can also imagine a lot more…. like a friend is asking you to share a link, you just put the call on speaker and start browsing or open an app… or you are using your phone to share its internet connection with your laptop – making a phone call should not disable your internet connection.
In order to be able to browse internet during a phone call you need two components:
1. a compatible phone (4G/LTE)
2. network coverage (4G LTE network)
Be sure you enable your 4G for both voice & data. For example, on your iPhone go to Settings → Mobile Data → Mobile Data Options → Enable 4G and Select “Voice & Data”.
Remeber that due to network coverage, your phone will automatically switch between 4G, 3G, E … older network protocols will disable your internet connection, the phone call has priority.