Are you annoyed by how Windows 7 hides windows when you ALT+TAB between them? You could use Windows Logo key+TAB instead, but if you want to return ALT+TAB to the old behavior used by previous versions of Windows, create a DWORD value named AltTabSettings under HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer and assign it the value of 1.
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