How to Change the Number of Rows and Columns for the Classic Alt+Tab Dialog
Starting with Windows Vista, Windows includes the modern Alt+Tab dialog for the window switching experience. Its feature set may slightly vary between recent Windows versions, but in general case it is a grid of window thumbnail previews. There is also a classic dialog Alt+Tab that could be last seen in Windows XP.
In Windows 10, there is an updated Alt+Tab user interface. It tries to show window thumbnails proportionally when you switch between windows. Depending on how many windows you have open, the preview size of windows is scaled up in size or made smaller. Not every Windows 10 user is happy with this change. Many users would like to get the old Alt Tab view back in Windows 10. If you want it back, here is what you can do.
I would like to share with you two interesting tricks related to the famous Alt + Tab dialog in Windows. Both change the way Alt-Tab works so these additional tweaks might make Alt-Tab far more useful for you.