Aero Shake is a shining feature in Windows 7 which allows you to minimize all running windows except the one which you are working on. Maybe you think this feature is unnecessary, and want to disable it, or just want to to know how to control Aero Shake function by yourself.
- Click on start menu, type gpedit.msc in the search line then you will see
- Click on gpedit to open the Local Group Policy Editor window, and then click on in the left pane to
expand User Configuration, Administrative Templates, Desktop,
find Turn off Aero Shake window minimizing mouse gesture in the right pane.
- Double click Turn off Aero Shake window minimizing mouse gesture in the right pane.
Now you should see the setting window.
- NOTE: the setting is named with "Turn off", so read the information in the below right pane.
Choose Enabled will disable Aero Shake..
Choose Disabled or Not Configured will turn on Aero Shake.
Then press OK to save your changes. It'll immediately work.
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Aero shake is a new feature in Windows 7. When you want to keep one window left and minimize other windows shown in your desktop, just hold the window and shake your mouse. If you don't want to use this feature for some reasons, you can disable Aero Shake in Windows 7.
Aero Shake effect is a new feature in Windows 7 compared to Vista, hold down a window title bar, shake it, and other opening windows will be minimized. For some who don't like the Aero effect, you can enable or disable Aero effect in "Turn Windows features on or off" or by Gpedit.msc.
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