Minimize All Windows Except for the Active One in Windows 7

Edited by Lukward Thomason, Crystal, Eng

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    We are going to start by opening several Windows on the computer
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    We will open 3 Windows. Let's say, for example, we want to keep the computer window open, but we want to minimize GOM Player and the H disk.
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    What we do, is click on the upper part of the computer window and wiggle it around
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    All of the other Windows will be minimized
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    We can do this with every window in Windows 7.
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    With GOM Player, we can click anywhere to wiggle it, not only the top part
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    This concludes the tutorial on how to minimize all Windows except for the active one on Windows 7 computers
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Recent edits by: Crystal, Lukward Thomason

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