These are the keyboard and mouse shortcuts for Windows.
Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows
The following tables show the various keyboard shortcuts for Windows. Where there is no equivalent keyboard shortcut, the field contains a dash. If there is no corresponding feature in the browser, the field is labeled "Feature not available."
Mouse Shortcuts for Windows
The following table shows you the mouse shortcuts for Windows.
Clicking a link while holding down Ctrl (Ctrl+Left-click) opens the link in a background tab. This is useful for quickly opening several links that will take time to load from a main page without having to jump back and forth each time you create a new tab. Clicking a link while holding down Shift and Ctrl (Shift+Ctrl+Left-click) opens the link in a foreground tab. You can reverse the way these two shortcuts work by going to Tools | Options | Advanced and clicking the Select new tabs opened from links checkbox under Tabbed Browsing.