Aero Shake feature was first introduced in Windows 7 by Microsoft. This minimizes all opened app windows on your desktop except the one you’re holding with your mouse. To minimize all the applications except one, hold the title of an application and shake it from the mouse. That’s it; all other opened windows will minimize automatically. Simply shake again to restore the minimized windows to their original location.
Aero Shake is an amazing feature, if you want to look on the desktop without minimizing or closing applications. It is known as “Title bar window shake” on Windows 11 and remains turned off by default. However, if you want to use it, you need to enable it.
How to turn On/Off the “Aero Shake” feature in Windows 11?
By default, the “Aero Shake” or “Title bar window shake” feature remains turned off on Windows 11. To use it, you need to enable or activate it first.
Step 1. Open the Settings app by pressing
Step 2. When Windows Settings opens, select the
Step 3. Now, scroll down and then click on the
Step 4. Turn the toggle switch to the On beside the “Title bar window shake” option.
After performing the above steps, the “Aero Shake” or “Title bar windows shake” feature is approved on your Windows 11 PC. In the future, if you would like to turn off this feature on your computer, repeat the above steps, and in step 4, turn the toggle switch to Off position, next to the “Title bar windows shake” option.
That’s all. Now, you can close the Settings app. The changes are stored on your PC automatically, and no further action is required.