Is it possible in win10 to return the behavior of alt+tab as it was in 7/8?

In windows 7, when switching with alt+tab always was a Desk, with the result that when pressing alt+tab from fullscreen apps such as games, if not open other Windows you've minimized to the desktop.
In windows 10, this is the reason removed, and if the fullscreen app, alt+tab, it naturally will not deviate.
Yes, of course, can be used for these purposes, win+d, but when the hands become accustomed over the years to alt+tab otlychaetsya difficult. Maybe something has come up, if not the settings, so third party software?
March 20th 20 at 11:26
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March 20th 20 at 11:28
alt+tab never in Windows 7 or Windows XP, do not turn in the application. it only allows to choose from all open Windows are necessary, and bring it to the fore.
If full-screen application then prompts the transition to the foreground - it's going to take them, if not will remain on the back, but not rolled.
In Windows 10, it works similarly.
For non-fans to read and understand, I will repeat again "In windows 7 when switching with alt+tab always was the point Desk". Accordingly, from the open a fullscreen application, if it is the only window, a single press of alt+tab made in fact the transition to the desktop.
Windows 10 is removed and when you press alt+tab from full screen applications, in fact a fraction of a second interface appears select Windows and further return to this application, as it is the only one. - calista11 commented on March 20th 20 at 11:31
Yeah, didn't understand the question.
Judging by the fact that this question arose for the first time in 2015, and still no solution, it probably does.
It is likely to find the right setting in the registry according to the instructions in the thread
HKCU/Software/Microsoft/Windows/CurrentVersion/Explorer

Try to compare with Win7, where everything is right, you might be lucky. - diego commented on March 20th 20 at 11:34
March 20th 20 at 11:30
Button Win+D
We immediately see an intelligent man who read the question. - calista11 commented on March 20th 20 at 11:33
@caesar.Runolfsdott, one can see that you are good at it.

Lay the shelves.

1) In windows 7 when switching with alt+tab always was the point Desk
It may have been. I do not remember. Now it's gone.

2)In windows 10, this is the reason removed, and if the fullscreen app, alt+tab, it naturally will not deviate.
Certainly not will turn as Alt + Tab it's not collapsing and switching one window to another.

Removed because it's not practical. If you have 30 Windows you're not going to press TAB 30 times? This was always Wine+D. - Jared commented on March 20th 20 at 11:36
@yoshiko51, Yes, I'm aware that alt+tab - switch between Windows. And do not have to remember, I can tell you that in the pop-up window alt+tab in windows 7, 8, 8.1 was the essence of the "Desk". That's about 10 years from the first release of win7 before the current withdrawal of support of this most win7. Oh and by the way 8 and 8.1 yet no one to bury is not going to.
There is such a thing a habit. Well rooted and difficult eradicable usual. Yes, can be use alt+tab to switch to the desktop is not entirely correct, but it's a habit that has formed over the years and fluent enough to read this topic online to see that I'm not alone in these feelings, but adequate solution to the problem I have not yet found. And no, at 30 Windows I have not pressed tab 30 times, and still use win+d. But in the case of folding out of the game, somehow got used to alt+tab.

Because the question was asked, in the hope that someone might used sometime and now found or came up with a solution. In the meantime, I just read some sad nerd, stubbornly trying to push an opinion that has the right to life and may be even somewhat correct, but I'm not very interesting in the context of the question is absolutely not necessary. - calista11 commented on March 20th 20 at 11:39
@caesar.Runolfsdott, I understand you. Bet Win 7, 8, 8.1 and no problems. - Jared commented on March 20th 20 at 11:42

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