How to enable or disable aero shake in Windows 11
Microsoft offers different ways to help you show desktop on Windows 11 easily. And one of them is known as Aero Shake. Aero Shake is one of the many features introduced with Windows 7 and continues to be part of Windows 11 as well. Aero Shake lets you quickly minimize all opened windows except the current active window by shaking its title bar. Shaking the title bar again will restore all the minimized windows. Microsoft is disabling the feature by default in Windows 11 but there’s an option to enable it.
Enable Windows Aero Shake Feature on Windows 11
Open the Settings app like you usually do.
Now in the left window pane, click on System tab and in the right window pane, scroll down and click on the option Multitasking.
In the Multitasking settings pane, scroll and find the option Title bar window shake.
Now, on the right-side pane, turn on the option for the “Title bar window shake” option to enable Aero Shake. *If you want to disable aero shake, turn Off the toggle button corresponding to this option. (
Now you will be able to minimize all the other windows on your system just by grabbing and shaking one open window.
Also you can click on the Show Desktop icon (located in the lower right corner of the PC screen) to minimize all opening windows directly.
Published on: Nov 1, 2021-Last edited: 16-11-2022