Stop things in task switcher moving around

  1.    #1

    Stop things in task switcher moving around

    I've tried to search around for an answer to this, but not knowing how to describe the icon/preview things in the alt-tab task switcher, am at a bit of a loss.

    Like on Mac OSX, Windows 10 likes to shuffle everything around in the task switcher, just to slow you down a bit/confuse you/intensely annoy you/make you want to punch Bill Gates in the face. I can imagine car manufacturers adopting this same wonderful technique - wouldn't it be convenient if the pedal on the left is the one you used most recently - if you press the brake, the brake pedal moves to the leftmost position. Then if you press the accelerator, it then moves to the leftmost position. Brilliant, what could possibly go wrong?!

    Enough of that - my point is, is there a way to correct this incredibly ridiculous, awful interface bug, and keep everything in the same place unless I close apps/folders etc?

      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    #2

    Um, maybe a couple of screenshots or even a video would help to explain what you're seeing?
    What build are you using?
    Windows key + R, winver
      My ComputersSystem Spec


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