Windows 10 will let you Alt+Tab between browser tabs and apps

Windows 10 will let you Alt+Tab between browser tabs and apps

If you think about it, using a PC is kind of like working in two operating systems: Windows and your browser. I can have have five apps running in my taskbar, but then another ten web apps and sites in my browser. So things can get pretty messy.

That will someday be a thing of the past. At today’s Build conference keynote, Microsoft announced that in “the next Insider build,” – Microsoft’s beta program for Windows – you’ll see the tabs you were working on within Edge when you press Alt+Tab. It’s about time.

It’s part of Microsoft’s Sets feature. If you don’t recall, Sets is Microsoft’s way of adding tabs…

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