Hey all, I work on both Windows machines and Macs right now. My home computer is a Mac and I work on Windows at the office. Honestly right now I still kind of feel like I get more done faster in Windows even after a few months. A couple items that make Windows more efficient for me are the Alt+Tab program switch along with the "desktop mouse shake" in Win7. And maybe I'm just doing it wrong in OSx? With Alt+Tab - I know it works in OSx, but what's not really functioning the same way is that in Windows, Alt+Tab switches between everything that's open. In OSx it only switches between program types (like if I have 4 windows open in Chrome, it'll only go to the open instance of Chrome instead of switching between them). I've got to right click or use mission control. Am I doing that wrong? Is there a way to adjust it? And the desktop shake - many times I need to get to something on the desktop and open a folder or something, and in Windows I can just grab the window and shake and it'll minimize everything but that window, or I can do Win+D and it'll go to the desktop. In OSx, I can similarly make the desktop appear and move all the windows, but if I for example open up a folder, OSx brings back all the windows, which totally defeats the function of getting back to the desktop. So I'm just kind of seeking out how other people have made the adjustment or if they just got used to not having some of those tools. Or maybe there are some tips or tricks that I don't know about. thanks in advance!