Did You Know, Aero Shake Can Be Reactivated Via Settings – A little information for windows 10 users, as we know, Microsoft already plans to eliminate Aero Shake in Windows 10, and even since Build Preview 21282, Aero Shake has been notified by default.
Well about this, if you happen to like this feature because it feels useful for you to use, on Build Preview 21364 released some time ago Microsoft seems to have added the option to enable/disable Aero Shake in Windows 10.
This was first announced by Microsoft in the Changelog Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21364 which was updated some time ago, where in that build users can find the Title bar window shake option in Settings > System > Multitasking.
- [ADDED 4/22] You can now turn off Aero Shake via Settings > System > Multitasking and choosing the “off” toggle under “Title bar window shake”. This setting is now off by default so for those who want it back will need to turn this setting on.
So, if you are an Insider who feels you have lost the feature, you can now activate it again easily, just make sure you are already using Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21364 or later, and activate it through the Settings shown above.
To be honest, I myself prefer an option like this, where Microsoft doesn’t completely eliminate features in Windows 10, but rather gives users the option to disable or reactivate them.