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Windows does not natively support this, but it is possible. You will need to use a 2nd pc and use RDP, VNC, TeamViewer, etc... to connect to it. This desktop will then become one window that you can size and alt-tab to. Alternatively, you can use a Virtual Machine, such as Oracle VirtualBox, install Windows into it, and run your applications in there. You ...


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You can use the following keyboard shortcuts to get the behavior you want: Win + ← moves the current window to the left half of the screen. Win + → moves the current window to the right half of the screen. Win + ↑ maximes the current window. Haven't used GridMove it but you might be able to get what you want.


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You can use Windows 7's built in Task Scheduler to launch a program upon being idle. Search for "task scheduler" in the start menu and go to Action - Create Task... - Triggers - New - On idle.


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This may have to do with "USB selective suspend": a quick search shows people who have ctrl/shift/alt keys "sticking" and problems with keyboard repeat who solved that by modifying a registry value associated with their device. It is a convoluted process to identify the registry key to edit and disable the feature. You first need the vendor, product and ...


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Here is the solution to what was going on; I use Launchy (2.5/2.6b doesn't matter) with Alt+Esc as the hotkey for activation. This apparently does not make Windows 10 happy. It worked fine with Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and probably XP before that (long time Launchy user). If I change the Launchy hotkey to for instance Ctrl+Space or Alt+Space, ...


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This is how I got it to work on my computer Go to start and type "Regedit" and hit enter Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer Create a new 32-bit DWORD value named AltTabSettings and set it to 1 Reboot your machine After your computer boots back up Alt+Tab should work



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