A new update to the Windows 11 Insider Development Channel is testing a feature that could be very useful for users with multiple apps open on the system at the same time and users with smaller screens. “Overflow” – as it is called in English – brings together some of your open programs in one place to improve your organization.

This is a very simple feature, but it can be very helpful. When you open apps and programs in Windows, they are placed on the taskbar for quick navigation. It no longer fits after a certain number of times, so it can be difficult to switch between them without using shortcuts like alt+tab or win+tab.

Overflow collects “orphaned” programs in a three-dot icon. Clicking on the icon shows the apps grouped in a small floating window. Clicking any of these or outside the window causes the options to revert to the icon.

This is the highlight of the latest Windows 11 update for insiders, known as Preview Build 25163. The update also brings other news, especially regarding system file sharing functions. You can check the details in the full post on the official Windows blog.

Source: Tec Mundo

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