It is often the little interactions with a desktop environment that makes up for a good user experience and task switcher is something that most of the users fiddle with.
I8217ve recently about customizing the task switching experience on GNOME but what about the most customizable desktop environment KDE.
Fret not it isn8217t rocket science to tweak the task switcher in KDE. In this article I8217m going to show you how to change the task switcher experience on any KDE-powered Linux system.
If you prefer video instructions I have also made a quick video for you.
Here are the text instructions.
To get started you need to head to the System Settings in KDE as shown in the screenshot below.
Next you have to navigate your way to the 8220Window Management8221 option as shown in the image below.
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