How to Fix Black Screen when Alt-tabbing in Windows 11

On Windows computers, you can switch between open programs by pressing the Alt-Tab key. Although it’s a really helpful keyboard shortcut, it occasionally leads to issues.

Users who reported this problem frequently noted that it occurred while they were playing a game. Keep reading as we examine a few of the most popular resolutions as reported by users.

Adjust the refresh rate

Press Win + I to open Settings.

Click on System and Select Display.

Look for Advanced Display.

Choose a refresh rate from the drop-down arrow.

Change your graphic settings 

Press Win + I to open settings.

Click on System and Select Display.

Under Related settings, click on Graphics.

Select the program from the list and click on Options.

Choose High performance and click Save.

Upgrade Graphic Drivers

Type Device Manager in your Windows search bar and select Open.

Expand the display adapters and right-click on your graphics card driver.

Select Update driver.

Click on Search automatically for drivers.

Run a Virus Scan

Press the Windows key and search for Windows Security.

Select Virus & threat protection.

Press Quick scan.

You can also click on Scan options and select Full scan to perform a deep scan of your PC.

Restart your PC.



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