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If you were working with two applications or programs at the same time, how would you switch from one to the other?
If you need more than one program open at a time, you can quickly switch between those running applications in Windows XP. [ The keystroke of genius presented here enables you to quickly and efficiently cycle through programs you have running in Windows XP, making the quick switch between running applications just a couple of keystrokes away. 1 Open two or more programs. The last program that
you open is the active program. Enlarge 2 Press and hold Alt+Tab. This will open a small box, revealing all opened programs. 3 Release the Tab key but keep Alt pressed down. If you release the Alt key, just press and hold Alt+Tab again, and try this step again, remembering to keep that Alt key pressed down. 4 Press Tab. Each time you press Tab while keeping Alt pressed down, you cycle through the icons representing open programs. 5 Release the Alt key. Windows XP switches to whichever program is selected. To switch back to the last program that was active, simply press Alt+Tab, and that program becomes the active program once again. ]
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