Microsoft plans to change Alt-Tab behavior on Windows 10

Discussion in 'Windows' started by RGiskardR, May 9, 2018.

  1. RGiskardR

    RGiskardR Malware Tester Silver Member

    Windows users have several keyboard shortcuts at their disposal when it comes to switching between different programs or tabs on the operating system.

    They can use Alt-Tab to switch program windows, Ctrl-Tab to switch between tabs of a single window, and use Windows-Tab to display an overview of all open program windows and links to virtual desktops in a fullscreen interface.

    Microsoft announced on the Build 2019 developer conference that Alt-Tab behavior may change in one of the next feature update releases for Windows 10.

    The company plans to integrate a feature that it calls Sets in a future feature update for Windows 10, and it is the functionality that Sets introduces that made Microsoft rethink Alt-Tab behavior.

    Sets is a new feature that adds tabs to program windows. Think of browser tabs but for programs; you could run multiple File Explorer instances in a single program window, or combine Microsoft Edge, File Explorer, a Command Prompt, and an Excel spreadsheet in another one.

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