If you haven’t gone through the official Windows Keyboard Shortcuts list, you may be wondering if it’s possible to open all the windows which are grouped under a single icon in the Taskbar.
Luckily, there is a keyboard shortcut available for this so that you don’t have to open each window in the group one at a time.
Restore all windows in a group
To restore all windows in a group, press the SHIFT key down, right-click on the group icon in the Taskbar. You’ll see a menu with the following options.
- Show windows stacked
- Show windows side by side
- Restore all windows
- Minimize all windows
- Close all windows
Click Restore all windows.
Open windows one at a time
To open each window at a time, hold the Ctrl key and click on the group icon. This cycles through the windows in that group.
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