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    alt+tab WTF???

    when ever i am in a game and doing really good i press zoom in (alt) and sometimes press tab at the same time my comp trows me back to desktop and when i click on the halflife bar it starts to load up then freezes on a black screen is there a way to amke it be able to get back into the game without freexing or a way to disable alt+tab
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    Afraid not, although some games have the option of disabling it. Just try not to do the alt-tab combo.
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    god i'm going to kill bill gates
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    I'll admit I use alt-tab a lot while working but it sucks in games.
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    Why don't you just bind your game controls to something that doesn't conflict with Windows functions?

    Don't get mad at Bill Gates... the Alt-Tab function existed in Windows long before Half-Life did...



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