• List methods
    There is the workbench.action.gotoSymbol command. On Windows and Linux it’s set to CTRL+Shift+O by default.
  • Open symbol by name
    Ctrl+T
  • Disable minimap
    "editor.minimap.enabled": false
  • Navigate back and forth to cursor position
    Alt + ←  Navigate back
    Alt +   Navigate forward
  • Open Command Palette
    Ctrl + Shift + P
  • Search for files
    Ctrl+p or Ctrl+e
  • Convert tabs to spaces and vice versa in an existing file
    To convert non-leading tabs to spaces (or vice versa) you can use a regex search and replace

     

    1. Press CTRL + H
    2. Click the .* button to search using regular expressions.
    3. To search for tabs enter [\t] in Find box.
    4. Enter spaces in Replace box and perform your replace.
  • Open files always in a new tab
    When you [single] click a file in the sidebar, Visual Studio Code opens it in what’s called “Preview Mode“, which allows you to quickly view files. Preview Mode tabs are not kept open. As soon as you go to open another file from the sidebar, the existing Preview Mode tab (if one exists) is used. You can determine if a tab is in Preview Mode, by looking at its title in the tab bar. If the title is italic, the tab is in preview mode. To open a file for editing (i.e. don’t open in Preview Mode), double-click on the file in the sidebar.If you want to disable Preview Mode all together, you can do so by setting "workbench.editor.enablePreview": false in your settings file.
  • Toggle sidebar visibility
    Ctrl + B 
  • Navigate through history of files
    To check the history of navigated files  open this window from “Goto–> Navigation History” or by just simply pressing Ctrl + Tab. This will bring list of all previously navigated files. To easily navigate between the history files

     

    Alt +  Left Arrow – Navigate To Previous File
    Alt + Right Arrow – Navigate To Next  File

     

Reference :

Default Keybindings on Windows