You might be so used to one amazing Windows feature called Aero Shake, using which you can minimize all the open windows except the one that your mouse is holding. It was first introduced in Windows 7. Don’t worry, Windows 11 is definitely not without this feature.
In Windows 11, this feature is turned off by default. Also, in Windows 11, this feature is known by the name Title bar window shake. As the name of the feature suggests, if you grab and shake the title bar of a window, any window that is open other than this window will get minimized, making it possible for you to see the Desktop immediately. Read on, to learn how to enable or disable this feature in some very simple steps.
Step 1: Press the WIN + I keys together to launch the Settings window.
Now in the left window pane, click on System tab and in the right window pane, scroll down and click on the option Multitasking.
Step 2: In the Multitasking settings pane, scroll and find the option Title bar window shake.
If you want to enable aero shake, turn ON the toggle button corresponding to this option.
If you want to disable aero shake, turn OFF the toggle button corresponding to this option.
That’s it. Now if you grab and shake the title bar of any window by clicking on it and shaking it, then all the other windows except this one will get minimized. Hope you found the article useful.