Aero Shake - Clear Desktop by Shaking a Window

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    Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 x64 Windows 8 Enterprise RTM x64
       #10

    Very very cool. Thanks for the info :)
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       #11

    You're welcome win7.

    Shawn
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       #12

    Definately the "funnest" windows ever!
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    Vista 64 bit SP 1; Windows 7; Server 2008
       #13

    Very cool and useful! Thanks.
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       #14

    You're welcome Wosully, and welcome to Seven Forums.
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       #15

    Thanks for that it is a nice one , good spot.
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    You're welcome Jfar. :)
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  8. Posts : 995
    XP/win7 x86 build 7127
       #17

    only reproduced this feature the first time i tried it, then tried to "reshake" and never got them restored to desktop. then hit "show desktop" and tried to try it again with windows on desktop, couldnt shake anything but my head and this mouse, lol... maybe i need a reboot
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       #18

    Hello Digger,

    Not sure why not. A reboot may help if it was just a glitch.
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  10. Posts : 995
    XP/win7 x86 build 7127
       #19

    nah, the glitch was my ownself, lol... but it is a bit touchy/stubborn to get it to act like it should in my own mind i guess... i have to shake my window pretty violently and this is a pretty sensitive mouse.

    thanks for the lookout Brink, may tinker with the sensitivity settings some more.

    [edit] first i have messed with a "touch-type" feature like this. just takes some getting used to i think also
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