Prior to Windows 10, the Win+TAB had a desktop composition (Aero) effect which presented a 3D perspective of all opened windows (allowing to focus/choose one).
In Windows 10, Win+TAB is very similar to ALT+TAB with the exception of two frustrating differences I noticed:
- Opens a 2D screen that forces me to choose one of the opened windows, i.e. unless I click one, I am getting nowhere.
- Pressing TAB multiple times while pressing Win does not focus on other windows.
Furthermore, with ALT+TAB, if you keep pressing ALT you can go around with the mouse and click any of the windows. This makes Win+TAB pointless for me, unless there are other differences I am not aware of...
Therefore my question is:
Is there any improvement of Win+TAB over ALT+TAB, or does Win+TAB provides additional functionality?
Is there a way to reactivate the 3D perspective screen in Windows 10 (as in Windows 7) or, at least, make it behave entirely like ALT+TAB without installing 3rd-party-programs? I often press the Win key by mistake and I want to minimize the consequences of these mistakes...