How To See All Active Tabs In Virtual Windows By Using Alt+Tab Dialog – Windows 10

Windows 10 is updating frequently and with new updates, some new changes are taking place.

By now all of you guys know about the Alt+Tab Dialog in Windows 10 Edge.

If you guys are not satisfied with this change than there is a method that you can follow to see more detailed information.

By default, Alt+Tab Dialog shows all of the open tabs in the primary desktop.

By following this method you can use the Alt+Tab shortcut key to see all of the open taps in all of the desktops that you are using.

Also see: HOW TO ENABLE OR DISABLE LINK DOCTOR FEATURE.

Microsoft describes this change as:

Are you a multitasker? <..> your tabs open in Microsoft Edge will start appearing in Alt + TAB, not just the active one in each browser window. We’re making this change so you can quickly get back to whatever you were doing—wherever you were doing it.

How To Disable Edge Tabs in Alt+Tab Dialog – WIndows 10

  • Open the Settings
  • Go to Settings > System

How To Disable Edge Tabs in Alt+Tab Dialog - WIndows 10

  • Select Multitasking from the left menu.

How To Disable Edge Tabs in Alt+Tab Dialog - WIndows 10

  • On the right, go to the virtual desktop selection.
  • Here select the option labeled as.
  • “Pressing Alt + Tab shows Windows that are open on”

How To Disable Edge Tabs in Alt+Tab Dialog - WIndows 10

Now you can change the option to “All Desktops”. Whenever you use the Alt+Tab shortcut key you will see all of the open taps in all of your desktop windows.

This is an easy way to switch between desktops without merging the data.

Also see: HOW TO DISABLE OR ENABLE EDGE’S CHARMS BAR SWIPE ON WINDOWS 10.

Hope so this tutorial was helpful, We are grateful for the trust you have placed in us.

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