How to Use Shortcut to Select All in Windows 11?

This article provides various methods to select all text, files, folders, and other items in Windows 11. The first method is to use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + A to select all text or items in documents, apps, and browsers. The second method involves using the Edit menu in your apps to select all text. The third method is to use the right-click context menu to select all in certain apps like Notepad and web browsers. The fourth method is to use the File Explorer menu to select all files, folders, and other items. Finally, the fifth method involves using a left mouse click in Notepad or Microsoft Word to select all text. Additionally, the article explains the functions of Ctrl+R and Ctrl+F5 shortcut keys in Windows 11/10.

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