Re: How to get the old Alt Tab dialog in Windows 10 Back
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Yup. You can also once on a highlighted application, access the context menu and go through the options of moving a program to another virtual desktop, have the same window appear on all desktops, etc.
Very helpful when you’re working with multiple desktops all the time like I do.
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Subject: Re: How to get the old Alt Tab dialog in Windows 10 Back
My understanding is that Windows+Tab gets you into the task view, you can also get to this by tabbing from the desktop or going to the taskbar with Windows Key+T and then doing a Shift+Tab.
If you have open applications then Windows+Tab will bring up a list of these applications, you can arrow left and right in that list and press enter to go to any of them which are listed.
Just now that I have Outlook open and I am composing this message if I press Windows+Tab I have two items in that list, one is the Inbox and one is this email which I am composing.
On a related point, what does the (windows+tab) do?