Windows Vista icon, allowing you to navigate through Flip 3D, was present in the taskbar. In Windows 7, this icon has disappeared (probably to purify the interface). But as with Windows Vista, there is a keyboard shortcut to use. Lack of communication on this subject, we do not necessarily know!
Win + Tab
You just have to navigate by pressing "Win", to advance or recede with the wheel (wheel) mouse.
Here's what happens in Windows 7 (knowing that it is identical to Windows Vista)
But there are also Flip in Windows 7
Yes, but ... There is another way to navigate between windows. It's called Flip. Flip is like Flip 3D, yet it is more sober and less greedy!
For those who do not know, here's how to use Filp:
Alt + Tab
This is what gives Flip image:
Find button Flip 3D in Windows 7
We'll look at this famous button a lot nicer than the shorter. Here's the button in Windows Vista:
Right-click again and then finally shortcut, you'll fall on a window asking you what application you want to make a shortcut. Put as a value: RunDll32 DwmApi # 105 And use a simple name like "Switch to 3D" or simply "Flip 3D" .
Combine this icon to your shortcut
To this done right click (on your shortened) / properties / change icon / browse and search imageres.dll (same directory) and choose the icon that looks like this here:
You just have to drag your taskbar and here is the result in Windows 7 :