How do I activate or deactivate the “Title Bar Window Shake” function in Windows 11? Multitasking is easy on Windows 11 PCs. Perhaps you already know the “Aero Shake” function of Windows 10. If you’re working with multiple apps at the same time and want to minimize all but one window, click and hold the title bar of an active window and shake it back and forth. This way Windows will minimize all other open windows at once. This means that you don’t have to minimize all activated or open windows one at a time. To restore all minimized windows at once, just shake the title bar again. This feature is known as Aero Shake in Windows 10. In Windows 11 it is renamed “Title Bar Window Shake”. You can also just call it “Window Shake”.
Shake the window is an amazing feature if you want to search the desktop without minimizing or exiting all applications. The “Shake title bar window” function remains deactivated in Windows 11 by default. That means you need to enable it before you can use this feature.
To toggle the Shake Title Bar Window feature on or off in Windows 11, you can use one of these three methods:
- Use the Settings app
- Via the editor for local group policies
- Via the registry editor
- 1 How do I turn the “Shake Title Bar Window” function on or off in Windows 11 with the “Settings” app?
- 2 How do I enable or disable the “Shake title bar window” function in Windows 11 via group policies?
- 3 How do I enable or disable the “Title Bar Window Shake” function in Windows 11 using the Registry Editor?
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How do I turn the “Shake Title Bar Window” function on or off in Windows 11 with the “Settings” app?
As mentioned above, “Title Bar Window Shake” remains disabled on Windows 11. That means you need to activate and activate it before using it. Follow these recommended steps:
Step 1. Open the Settings app by clicking. to press
Step 2. Choose the
Step 3. Now scroll down from the right window and click on the
Step 4. Here, turn the toggle switch to the On Position next to the option “Shake title bar window”.
Once you have completed the above steps, the “Shake Title Bar Window” feature will be activated on your Windows 11 PC. If you want to disable this feature on your computer in the future, repeat the steps above and in step 4, toggle the toggle next to the Shake Title Bar Window option to the Off position.
That’s all. You can now close the Settings app.
How do I enable or disable the “Shake title bar window” function in Windows 11 via group policies?
Step 1. Open the Local Group Policy Editor.
To open the Local Group Policy Editor window, press
Step 2. In the Local Group Policy Editor, navigate to the following path:
Computer Configuration > User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Desktop
Step 3. On the right side of the Desktop look for the policy name “Disable the Aero Shake window to minimize the mouse gesture. ”Double-click this policy to open its settings.
Step 4. Choose Deactivated.
Step 5. Click Apply.
Step 6. Click OK.
The changes are made immediately. That means you don’t have to restart your PC to apply this policy on your computer. As soon as you have followed the steps above, the function “Shake Title Bar Window” will be activated. If you change your mind and want to disable or disable this feature on your PC, repeat the steps above and select the option in step 3 Not configured or activated Possibility.
How do I enable or disable the “Title Bar Window Shake” function in Windows 11 using the Registry Editor?
Because this method involves modifying the Windows registry, we recommend that you take a full backup of the registry and create a system restore point. If something goes wrong, you can restore your PC to a previous working state.
Step 1. Open the Run Dialog box by pressing
Step 2. Im Run Enter the following and press
Step 3. Look for the following Registration Keys from the left side panel of the registry editor: –
Step 4. Right click on the window Folder, choose New, then choose key.
Name the newly created key Explorer.
Step 5. On the right side of the Researcher Button, right click on bank place; choose New and then DWORD (32-bit) value.
Step 6. Well, noam the newly created DWORD too NoWindowMinimizingShortcuts.
Step 7. Now double click on that NoWindowMinimizingShortcuts and change its value from to 1 to turn off “Title Bar Window Shake”. Whenever you need to reactivate “Title Bar Window Shake”, just set the value to on NoWindowMinimizingShortcuts.
Step 8. Click OK.
After following the above steps on your PC, the “Shake Title Bar Window” function should be enabled or disabled.