Since Windows 10’s 20H2 update, released in October last year, Microsoft’s operating system now displays, by default, all open Edge tabs in the task switcher — also known as “Alt + Tab.”
Although this resource is very interesting and helpful, it may not be in your interest to use it. Know that it is possible to deactivate it quickly and conveniently. Below, you can check the step-by-step!
How to Remove Edge Tabs from Alt+Tab in Windows 10
1. Open the Windows 10 “Start” menu and select the “Settings” item.
2. Then click “System”.
3. In the left side menu, select the “Multitasking” option.
4. Within the “Alt+Tab” section, click “Open windows and the 5 most recent tabs in Edge”.
5. In the menu that opens then select “Open windows only”.
Tip: If you’re interested, select an option with fewer tabs, or “Open windows and all tabs in Edge”.
6. Once this is done, every time you use the “Alt + Tab” command in Windows 10, only the Edge window will be displayed and not the tabs that are open.
You can now remove Edge tabs from “Alt+Tab” in Windows 10.