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Alt-Tab Annoying Problem


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Kosta Kondratenko

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Hi guys,

This is a very annoying problem, when I switch between programs I press Alt-Tab however recently an annoying bug has crept up where I have to press Alt-Tab twice in order to switch programs, it sounds trivial but it's so annoying. Can anyone let me know how I can get around this?

One thing I should mention is that I have this add-on for my Windows Xp that allows me to actually see the pic of the applications I'm switching to similar to Vista. Anyway I don't think that's the problem as that has always worked with no headaches.

Regards
P.S. Also how can I change my default e-mail as it is no longer kostanzas200@hotmail.com and I wish to receive my e-mails at a different address.

Edited by Kosta Kondratenko, 15 June 2010 - 10:23 PM.

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Macboatmaster

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Firstly reset the keyboard repeat rate in Control Panel, to max try again with Alt - Tab and then if that works OK, reduce to the level that it still works.
If still no success try this link below, the Alt Tab replacement

http://www.microsoft...ppowertoys.mspx

For email see screenshot attachment

Edited by Macboatmaster, 16 June 2010 - 02:10 PM.

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