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Does anyone know of a keyboard shortcut, to avoid right-clicking on the taskbar, that would show windows stacked?

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It seems that sadly, Windows doesn't allow this by default.

I found this forum post which provides a way to add a shortcut to stacking windows with a VBS file

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There is no easy way to do this, but

  1. windows key + T gives the taskbar focus on the first item.
  2. Use the right arrow key to get to the stacked application
  3. Press up arrow to go into the stack.
  4. Use the arrow keys the navigate, then enter
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