How do you bookmark a Web site? Most users venture into the Bookmarks menu, click Add to Favorites (or something similar), and so on. It can add up to a lot of clicking.
There’s a faster, easier, smarter way: Just use the keyboard shortcut. Here’s the keystroke for all popular browsers:
Internet Explorer: Ctrl-D
Sensing a pattern here? Yep, all five major browsers rely on the same key for bookmarking the current page. Why not Ctrl-B, as in ‘B’ for Bookmark? That shortcut is almost universally reserved for the Bold command (as in boldface text).
Now, it’s worth noting that in some browsers, you can do a little more with this command. In Chrome, for example, pressing Ctrl-Shift-D lets you bookmark a page and edit the details. In Firefox, that same keystroke bookmarks all currently open tabs.
Even if you don’t get fancy with it, Ctrl-D is a shortcut that’s definitely worth learning — regardless of which browser you use. When you want to save a page for future reference, press it, then get on with your life.
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