Aero Shake in Windows 7 is a useful and interesting feature of Windows 7. It helps user to minimize the open window applications on the screen to the one user wants. It is very easy to use, just select or click on the opened window application you want to work and shake it bidirectionally i.e. ; forward and backward on the screen and all the other window applications that you don’t want will be minimized.
For example, you might have many windows open at the same time, but you only want to concentrate on one. All you have to do is put your mouse on the top bar of the window you want to keep, hold down the left mouse button, and shake your hand. This will shake the window and get rid of all the other Windows that were open on the desktop. If you want to put the other windows back again, simply shake the window again. Aero shake in Windows 7 is a very simple tool.
How to enable or disable Aero Shake in Windows 7
It is simple to disable or enable Aero shake in Windows 7.
Just follow these seven steps :
Step 1 : Go to the start menu and enter the word ( gpedit.msc) in search box and press enter.
After pressing enter the Local Group Policy Editor dialog box will be opened .
Step 2 : Now, select User Configuration from Local Computer Policy by double clicking on it.
Again we have three options :
- Software settings,
- Window settings and
- Administrative Templates
Step 3 : Double click on Administrative Templates and again we have some options on the screen.
Step 4 : Select Desktop from these options by double clicking on it . After clicking again we have so many options.
Step 5 : Now select “ Turn off Aero Shake window minimizing mouse gesture” by double clicking on it. A dialog box will be opened containing options to enable or disable Aero shake in Windows 7.
Step 6 : Select Enabled option and click on Apply and press ok button . Now Aero Shake in Windows 7 option will be disabled on the system.
NOTE : Selecting Enabled options means to disable the Aero shake and if we select Disabled or Configured then Aero shake will be enabled on the system and it works.
Do you think you can find a use for Aero Shake in Windows 7?
Aero Shake in Windows 7