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Command-Tab Plus – Keyboard-centric application and windows switcher for Mac. Quick switch between Applications: Using Command + Number key you can easily switch to an app without tapping a bunch of keys.

Command-Tab Plus – Application and Windows Switcher for your Mac ⌘

Command-Tab Plus – Keyboard-centric application and windows switcher for Mac. Quick switch between Applications: Using Command + Number key you can easily switch to an app without tapping a bunch of keys. Switching between Windows: You can also switch between windows of the selected application. Just highlight the app and press E or W (Command-E or Command-W). Isolated Workspaces: When using Command-Tab Plus, by default it displays only the icons of the apps running on the current display or space. Thus, it isolates the apps in one space and the apps in other spaces. Of course, you can disable this function in the app settings. Hide not used Applications: Command-tab Plus hides the icons of inactive (hidden) apps. This function allows you to quickly switch between the apps you are using at the moment, which is handy if you have a lot of apps in the background, but you don’t want them to show up in the switcher. Command-Tab Replacement: Command-Tab allows you to configure hot keys so that Command-Tab Plus is called instead of the built-in Mac Command-Tab Application Switcher

Command-Tab Plus

Command-Tab Plus – Keyboard-centric application and windows switcher for Mac. Quick switch between Applications: Using Command + Number key you can easily switch to an app without tapping a bunch of keys. Switching between Windows: You can also switch between windows of the selected application. Just highlight the app and press E or W (Command-E or Command-W). Isolated Workspaces: When using Command-Tab Plus, by default it displays only the icons of the apps running on the current display or space. Thus, it isolates the apps in one space and the apps in other spaces. Of course, you can disable this function in the app settings. Hide not used Applications: Command-tab Plus hides the icons of inactive (hidden) apps. This function allows you to quickly switch between the apps you are using at the moment, which is handy if you have a lot of apps in the background, but you don’t want them to show up in the switcher. Command-Tab Replacement: Command-Tab allows you to configure hot keys so that Command-Tab Plus is called instead of the built-in Mac Command-Tab Application Switcher.

Command-Tab Plus

Command-Tab Plus – Keyboard-centric app’s and windows switcher for your Mac ⌘

Command-Tab Plus – Keyboard-centric application and windows switcher for Mac. Quick switch between Applications: Using Command + Number key you can easily switch to an app without tapping a bunch of keys. Switching between Windows: You can also switch between windows of the selected application. Just highlight the app and press E or W (Command-E or Command-W). Isolated Workspaces: When using Command-Tab Plus, by default it displays only the icons of the apps running on the current display or space. Thus, it isolates the apps in one space and the apps in other spaces. Of course, you can disable this function in the app settings. Hide not used Applications: Command-tab Plus hides the icons of inactive (hidden) apps. This function allows you to quickly switch between the apps you are using at the moment, which is handy if you have a lot of apps in the background, but you don’t want them to show up in the switcher. Command-Tab Replacement: Command-Tab allows you to configure hot keys so that Command-Tab Plus is called instead of the built-in Mac Command-Tab Application Switcher.

Command-Tab Plus – Keyboard-centric app’s and windows switcher for your Mac ⌘

Cmd-Tab-Plus

Command-Tab Plus – Keyboard-centric application and windows switcher for Mac. Quick switch between Applications: Using Command + Number key you can easily switch to an app without tapping a bunch of keys. Switching between Windows: You can also switch between windows of the selected application. Just highlight the app and press E or W (Command-E or Command-W). Isolated Workspaces: When using Command-Tab Plus, by default it displays only the icons of the apps running on the current display or space. Thus, it isolates the apps in one space and the apps in other spaces. Of course, you can disable this function in the app settings. Hide not used Applications: Command-tab Plus hides the icons of inactive (hidden) apps. This function allows you to quickly switch between the apps you are using at the moment, which is handy if you have a lot of apps in the background, but you don’t want them to show up in the switcher. Command-Tab Replacement: Command-Tab allows you to configure hot keys so that Command-Tab Plus is called instead of the built-in Mac Command-Tab Application Switcher.

Command-Tab Plus – Keyboard-centric application and windows switcher for Mac ⌘

Command-Tab Plus – Keyboard-centric application and windows switcher for Mac. Quick switch between Applications: Using Command + Number key you can easily switch to an app without tapping a bunch of keys. Switching between Windows: You can also switch between windows of the selected application. Just highlight the app and press E or W (Command-E or Command-W). Isolated Workspaces: When using Command-Tab Plus, by default it displays only the icons of the apps running on the current display or space. Thus, it isolates the apps in one space and the apps in other spaces. Of course, you can disable this function in the app settings. Hide not used Applications: Command-tab Plus hides the icons of inactive (hidden) apps. This function allows you to quickly switch between the apps you are using at the moment, which is handy if you have a lot of apps in the background, but you don’t want them to show up in the switcher. Command-Tab Replacement: Command-Tab allows you to configure hot keys so that Command-Tab Plus is called instead of the built-in Mac Command-Tab Application Switcher.