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Say I have two windows of a browser running, how can I switch between those two windows? like Command + Tab?

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⌘ Command + `

will cycle between windows of the current application when using i.a. US keyboard.

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Oh awesome, thanks! –  Kit Sunde Nov 4 '11 at 10:30
  • ⌘`: Move focus to next window (in application)
  • ⌃F4: Move focus to active or next window (visible windows on the current space)

(On the U.S. locale and keyboard layout.)

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+1 The keyboard shortcuts window will provide the correct answer regardless of the keyboard layout. –  koiyu Nov 5 '11 at 9:32
    
Good answer, but a note for others--this won't to change to the other window if that window is full screen. Say, for example, two chrome windows, both full screen. –  Simple As Could Be Dec 26 '13 at 17:15

To have a more complete way of switching between windows in all apps simiilar to the Windows way get a third party application like Witch or Optimal Layout both are now in the App Store.

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