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Do you remember seeing the previews for vista with the “flashy window change thing?”. Have you been using it?

If you are using Windows Vista, hold the Windows Key and press Tab.

That’s it. If you knew about this, then keep looking around the site for some other, more advanced tips.



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  • Wix TT

    I cant believe it’s that easy i mean it makes sense but still i didn’t know you could do that

  • Wix TT

    I cant believe it’s that easy i mean it makes sense but still i didn’t know you could do that

  • Wix TT

    I cant believe it’s that easy i mean it makes sense but still i didn’t know you could do that

  • bloodsuckingcomputer

    is it possible to make it stay in 3d shape as long as we want?

  • bloodsuckingcomputer

    is it possible to make it stay in 3d shape as long as we want?

  • bloodsuckingcomputer

    is it possible to make it stay in 3d shape as long as we want?

  • Rich

    @blood – you will need to be holding the Windows key to keep the animation up. Is that what you are asking?

  • @blood – you will need to be holding the Windows key to keep the animation up. Is that what you are asking?

  • bloodsuckingcomputer

    i want it without having to hold it….possible?

  • bloodsuckingcomputer

    i want it without having to hold it….possible?

  • bloodsuckingcomputer

    i want it without having to hold it….possible?

  • Rich

    Without some tape… I’m not sure :)

    Maybe if I know why you want it, we can find an alternative?

  • Without some tape… I’m not sure :)

    Maybe if I know why you want it, we can find an alternative?

  • bloodsuckingcomputer

    well…i just like it….by the way,i,ll just use tape… ;D

  • bloodsuckingcomputer

    well…i just like it….by the way,i,ll just use tape… ;D

  • bloodsuckingcomputer

    well…i just like it….by the way,i,ll just use tape… ;D

  • Rich

    Haha I think it will look great :) You may want to check WinFlip for XP if you like Flip3D and want it on XP too (if you have XP.) Also check out SmartFlip, which is another window management program.

  • Haha I think it will look great :) You may want to check WinFlip for XP if you like Flip3D and want it on XP too (if you have XP.) Also check out SmartFlip, which is another window management program.

  • sandra

    you can make it stay 3d by holding ctrl+windows+tab

  • sandra

    you can make it stay 3d by holding ctrl+windows+tab

  • sandra

    you can make it stay 3d by holding ctrl+windows+tab

  • bloodsuckingcomputer

    just found the combination
    window+tab=3d flipping forward
    shift+window+tab=3d flipping backward
    ctrl+window+tab=it will be there as long as you want+you can move it forward@backward
    :D

  • bloodsuckingcomputer

    just found the combination
    window+tab=3d flipping forward
    shift+window+tab=3d flipping backward
    ctrl+window+tab=it will be there as long as you want+you can move it forward@backward
    :D

  • bloodsuckingcomputer

    just found the combination
    window+tab=3d flipping forward
    shift+window+tab=3d flipping backward
    ctrl+window+tab=it will be there as long as you want+you can move it forward@backward
    :D

  • Rich

    Nice. Thanks for sharing the shortcut with us.

  • Nice. Thanks for sharing the shortcut with us.

  • Mel

    Ooh – kewl. I’ve gotta remember this for when I play on the comps at school.

  • Mel

    Ooh – kewl. I’ve gotta remember this for when I play on the comps at school.

  • Mel

    Ooh – kewl. I’ve gotta remember this for when I play on the comps at school.


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