How you can enable ALT-TAB in GNOME Classic in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (also work with 12.10)

So you finish installing your Ubuntu and playing with the function buy hey the ALT-TAB is not working!! Here’s a workaround.

So how you can enable ALT-TAB in GNOME Classic in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (also work with 12.10)

If you have GNOME installed skip to step 2

STEP 1 : Installing GNOME Classic:

    • On the terminal window (CTR-ALT-T) execute this command :

sudo apt-get install gnome-shell

  • Once it finish installing Log out and choose GNOME Classic on the login screen.

STEP 2 : Install and use CCSM (CompizConfig):

    • On the terminal window. Execute this :

sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager compiz-plugins

    • Once it finish setting up still at the terminal execute CCSM by executing this command :

ccsm

compizconfig-settings-manager
STEP 3 : Click Window Management in the left panel.

  • In the right side, Click the checkbox next to Application Switcher.
  • That’s it. ALT-TAB should now work for you in GNOME Classic. ENJOY!

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