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Microsoft has confirmed.....Aero Shake
that they are experimenting with a change that will turn off Aero Shake Do You remember it? Did You ever use it? Do You still use it? Personally I only used it once or twice. I just found it easier to drag and drop, or in Excels' case go with the side by side options
Features From Windows 7 Still Exist in Windows 10
Windows 10 includes features from Windows 7 that still exist. They are: - Shake - Peek - Transparent taskbar - Snap - Fading in and out for opening programs - Pinning programs to the taskbar Except: - Flip 3D - Desktop Gadgets - HomeGroup Quickly moving the window back and forth or pressing WINDOWS LOGO + HOME on a program will minimize all open windows. The keyboard shortcut to Peek has changed. Press and hold WINDOWS LOGO + , (comma) to peek through the desktop. Pressing WINDOWS LOGO + TAB opens Task View for virtual desktops, switching between programs, and opening websites from Timeline. Pressing WINDOWS LOGO + LEFT ARROW/RIGHT ARROW or moving a window to the left or right will tile it. You can also do it on another window. You can tile four windows by using Snap now. Moving a window to the top of the screen maximises it. NOTE: Windows 8 and later versions no longer include Desktop Gadgets due to security vulnerabilities. Windows 10 April 2018 Update and later no longer includes HomeGroup. However, you can still share folders with another users by configuring the sharing settings through File Explorer. Or you can access another user's computer from a network to work with folders.
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Aero Shake is one of the many features introduced with Windows 7 and continues to be part of Windows 10 as well. The feature enables you to quickly minimize all open windows except the currently active window by shaking the currently active window or using Windows logo + Home keyboard shortcut. Enable or disable Aero Shake via Settings
The thing is, for some reason, the window I shake twice (first to minimize all other windows, second to bring them back) is getting "Always of Top". If I do it with a second window, the second window gets privileges over the first, but both kept Always on Top of everything else. This is annoying me.
I'm having trouble with the Shake feature in Windows 7. When I'm moving a document, the computer decides I'm shaking it and maximizes it. Before I totally disable the Shake feature, is there a setting
Disable Aero Shake I've been trying to disable the feature where if you click and shake a window it will minimize all other windows on the desktop because this feature is constantly being activated by accident.