Desktop window overload? Shake it up!

Come along with Clinton Kanieski, IT Program Chair with Globe University-La Crosse, as he discusses technology tips, tricks and facts to help everyone learn about technology!

Clinton Kanieski, Globe University-La Crosse Information Technology Program Chair

Clinton Kanieski, Globe University-La Crosse Information Technology Program Chair

Have too many open windows on your desktop?  Need a fast way to minimize all of them except the one you are currently using?  Give it a shake!

Go to the title bar of the window you wish to keep, right click and hold and shake the window with your mouse.  After a few shakes, all of the unused windows will minimize automatically!  Then you can access files or icons on your desktop without having to minimize each one individually.  Once you are done and want all of the widows maximized, just shake the window again and, bam!  They are all maximized again!  If some out there think this is just too exciting, using the key combination of windows key and home key will do the same thing, though very blandly.

Clinton Kanieski is the IT Program Chair at Globe University-La Crosse. He teaches IT classes, helps with job placement for students and represents Globe University at various community events. If you have a question, tip, trick or fact for Clinton or about the IT program at Globe University, please let him know! He’d be happy to hear from you: Ckanieski@globeuniversity.edu