Previously we knew that in Windows 11 (Initial Release) the old ALT + TAB display in the style of Windows Classic can still be reactivated, the steps have even been discussed by WinPoin in the following article: How to Make Windows 10’s ALT + TAB Display Look Like Windows Classic
In addition to these steps we can activate in Windows 10 and Windows 11, even in the Windows 11 build 22621, we can still reactivate the display.
But friends, based on the latest information and leaks from Leaker @XenoPanther via its Twitter account, it seems that Microsoft has removed the option to enable classic view from ALT + TAB starting from Windows 11 Insider Dev Build 25193 tablets.
However, even so, users can still change the old ALT + TAB display via the same registry key, however, there will be no classic ALT + TAB display, and the application will immediately move as shown in the following video.
And here is the classic ALT+TAB video that users can still activate in Windows 11 Insider Dev Build 25131.
As seen in the video above, this change is starting to be introduced by Microsoft in Windows 11 Insider Dev Build 25193, and if users are using a build below, then users can still enable ALT + TAB customization with the classic look as described in the following tutorial: How to Make Windows 10’s ALT + TAB Display Look Like Windows Classic
What do you think? comment below guys.
Via : XenoPanther (Twitter)