Is there a way on windows 10 to easily open all windows of an application?

For instance, I use Livecode, with a lot of different windows. I'd like to switch easily between all the windows of my Livecode application and other application such as a web browser. I tried with different Desktops but I wonder if there is an other way?

I am a mac user and I am used to use ctrl + tab to switch between applications (which opens all windows of this app), but window has got a different behavior and switch between windows and not applications (that could explain the "Windows" name...).

  • "Is there a way on windows 10 to easily open all windows of an application?" - No; There isn't an easy way to open all of the windows of an application. By "windows" I assume you are not talking about multiple instances of the applications, but the user interface windows, if you mean something else clarify your question. – Ramhound Dec 1 '16 at 16:26
  • @Ramhound. Thanks, I am not sure to understand what are "multiple instances of the applications", I am talking indeed about user interface windows. – sandoval31 Dec 2 '16 at 9:40
  • multiple instances of an application, in other words, you start the application multiple times. A window would be the interface that the application opens up when you click File-Open for example. – Ramhound Dec 2 '16 at 12:02

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