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### Who can think of a quick switching window gesture?

A handy gesture, though I don't know what would be the best global gesture to use, is one similar to window switching on various desktop environments: often enough, alt+tab. This would speed up simple interactions with the device, save miniscule amounts of processing power, and improve convenience if properly implemented. How? I have no idea. But there are braver souls than me who might know.

### Who can think of a quick switching window gesture?

A handy gesture, though I don't know what would be the best global gesture to use, is one similar to window switching on various desktop environments: often enough, alt+tab. This would speed up simple interactions with the device, save miniscule amounts of processing power, and improve convenience if properly implemented. How? I have no idea. But there are braver souls than me who might know.

### Who can think of a quick switching window gesture?

A handy gesture, though I don't know what would be the best global gesture to use, is one similar to window switching on various desktop environments: often enough, alt+tab. This would speed up simple interactions with the device, save miniscule amounts of processing power, and improve convenience if properly implemented. How? I have no idea. But there are braver souls than me who might know.

### Who can think of a quick switching window gesture?

A handy gesture, though I don't know what would be the best global gesture to use, is one similar to window switching on various desktop environments: often enough, alt+tab. This would speed up simple interactions with the device, save miniscule amounts of processing power, and improve convenience if properly implemented. How? I have no idea. But there are braver souls than me who might know.

### Who can think of a quick switching window gesture?

A handy gesture, though I don't know what would Edited: Handy (thumby?) gestures, especially in tabbed applications, may be the best global gesture swipe from right to use, is one similar switch tab, swipe from left edge to window switching on various desktop environments: often enough, switch to next open app.

These are like ctrl+tab and alt+tab. This would respectively, in some desktop OS environments could speed up simple interactions with the device, save miniscule amounts work flows for users in flow insomuch such a mental state is likelt wrt handheld computer use. Fidget or flow, it's nice when our tool is so easy to use we hardly notice our smooth pace of processing power, and improve convenience if properly implemented. How? I have no idea. But there are braver souls than me who might know.work until afterwards because tasks complete early.

### Who can think of a quick quicker switching window gesture?

Edited: Handy (thumby?) orientation-defined default gestures, especially in tabbed applications, may be swipe from right to switch tab, swipe from left edge to switch to next open app.

These are like ctrl+tab and alt+tab respectively, in some desktop OS environments could speed work flows for users in flow insomuch as such a mental state is likelt likely wrt handheld computer use. Fidget or flow, it's nice when our tool is so easy to use we hardly notice our smooth pace of work until afterwards because tasks complete early.

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### Who can think of a quicker switching window gesture?

Edited: Handy orientation-defined default gestures, especially in tabbed applications, may be swipe from right to switch tab, swipe from left edge to switch to next open app.

These are like ctrl+tab and alt+tab respectively, in some desktop OS environments could speed work flows for users in flow insomuch as such a mental state is likely wrt handheld computer use. Fidget or flow, it's nice when our tool is so easy to use we hardly notice our smooth pace of work until afterwards because tasks complete early.

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### Who can think of a quicker switching window gesture?

Edited: Handy orientation-defined default gestures, especially in tabbed applications, may be swipe from right to switch tab, swipe from left edge to switch to next open app.

These are like ctrl+tab and alt+tab respectively, in some desktop OS environments could speed work flows for users in flow insomuch as such a mental state is likely wrt handheld computer use. Fidget or flow, it's nice when our tool is so easy to use we hardly notice our smooth pace of work until afterwards because tasks complete early.