OS X Quick Tip: Cycle through Windows in Exposé

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Do you want to tab through all of your open windows in Exposé?

All you have to do is hit the ‘tab’ key in Exposé to start cycling through the open windows to find the one you want…if you want to back up as your tabbing through, just hit the ~ key and you can cycle through in reverse.

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3 thoughts on “OS X Quick Tip: Cycle through Windows in Exposé

  1. I’m using Tiger…are you? I dont’ know if this is a Tiger specific trick, but all you have to do is hit F9…then press tab and it should bring up one window to the front. Hit tab again and it will cycle to the next window you have open and so on….

  2. so weird… it wasn’t working before. Maybe cause I was using parallels at the moment with OSX. Thanks for the tip!

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