Windows 10 is a multitasking operating system, so users often tend to use many programs and software at the same time to increase efficiency in work, entertainment, as well as study … instead Only use a single software as before.
Partly because personal computers are so powerful right now, running a few programs in parallel would be unharmed.
And also because of using many software at the same time, we will have to use the mouse to click, or use the legendary key combination.
ALT + TAB to switch between windows.
But if you do not feel like that, then in this article I will share with you a way to switch between program windows extremely quickly. Yes, you seem to be quite curious now, right :))
Switch between app windows on Windows 10 with the mouse
This is essentially a feature available in the Windows accessibility center from version 7 to the latest version of Windows 10.
Normally, to switch between program windows, you will have to click on that window, or use the familiar ALT + TAB key combination.
However, with the hover feature to switch windows, you just need to hover the mouse over any one window, then immediately you will be switched to that window without clicking or pressing any keys. , very convenient, right.
+ Step 1: First, open the Run window using the key combination
Windows + R => then enter the command
control => and press the button
OK to open the dashboard
Control Panel on Windows 10.
Or you can open it Control Panel by searching with keywords control in Windows Search (Windows + S) quickly.
+ Step 2: In Control Panel (section View – ie
View by – default is
CategoryClick on it and switch to the mode
Large icons or
Small icons so that it shows the details of each item for ease.
After the transfer is completed, scroll down a bit, you will see the section
Ease Of Access Center => click on it to open settings
Trung Tâm Trợ Năng của Windows 10.
+ Step 3: The first time you visit, there will be a sound, and it will only appear on the first visit to the accessibility center.
Please scroll down and click on the line
Make the mouse easier to use To customize settings, features that make using the mouse easier and more efficient, there are lots of cool features!
+ Step 4: Window
Make the mouse easier to use appears, scroll down and navigate to the section
Make it easier to manage windows and tick the line:
- Active a windows by hovering over it with mouse: Meaning Activate a window by hovering over it.
=> Then then click on
OK is done with window scrolling.
+ Step 5: After clicking
OK Done, close the installation and use it right away, with this feature, you do not need to reboot.
Now to try it is very simple, just open 2 or more windows at the same time on the screen, note that do not zoom in, then try to move the mouse pointer to any window. 1-2 seconds then immediately that window will be activated and float to the top for you to use.
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The usage is very simple, right, but I find this way slower than normal :))
Another note is that when you enable this feature, it means that your mouse pointer is returned to the Windows XP mouse pointer, if you like, you can keep using it.
Otherwise, open the Run dialog box (
Windows + R =>, enter the command
main.cpl => and press
OK to open mouse settings on Windows.
In the window
Mouse Pointer, you switch to tab
Pointers => then click on the dropdown menu in the section
Scheme => and select the type of mouse pointer you want in this list => click done
OK is to be.
To bring back the default Windows 10 pointer, select is
Windows Default (system scheme), note do not click
USE DEFAULT ok, it will reset your cursor back to like Windows XP!
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Yes, so I have just finished instructing you How to enable hover to switch between app windows in Windows 10 then ha.
An interesting feature, but I think you should just read it, because actually when the actual operation it is slower than the mouse click or the ALT + TAB.
However, if for some reason this feature is very useful to you, why not ? Hope the article will be useful for you. Good luck !
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