When you upgrade to Windows 11, which means you acquired its several features also. One feature we will discuss in this article is “Aero Shake” or “Title bar window shake.” Aero Shake is a feature in Windows 11 that allows users to declutter the desktop by holding down and shaking the window screen to minimize all other windows in its background.

Generally, the Aero Shake feature is disabled by default in Windows 11. However, Windows 11 added the same feature in its Settings app; you can disable or enable it. In this article, we will teach you how to enable and disable the Aero Shake feature in Windows 11. 

How to use Aero Shake or Title Bar window feature in Windows 11:

You just need to click on the title bar of the desired app window (you need to open it) and grab the window by clicking and holding down your mouse’s left button. Then keep hold of the particular app window and shake the mouse simultaneously; now, every previously opened window will minimize in the background. 

If you want to relaunch all the minimized windows, hold down the particular app window and shake the mouse simultaneously.  

Enable the Aero Shake feature:

  • Firstly, launch the Settings app and click on System. 
  • Then click on the Multitasking option from the right pane menu.
  • Now Turn On the toggle beside the Title bar window shake option.
  • Once done, you can now use the Aero Shake feature in Windows 11.

Disable the Aero Shake feature:

To disable the Aero Shake feature, follow these steps,

  • Firstly, launch the Settings app and click on System.
  • Then click on the Multitasking option from the right pane menu.
  • Now Turn Off the toggle beside the option Title bar window shake option.
  • Once done, you are not allowed to use the Aero Shake feature in Windows 11.

This is how you need to enable and disable the Aero shake or Title bar window shake feature in Windows 11. If you have any queries or doubts after reading this article, please leave a comment in the below comment box.