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While there are well-known issues with adaptive interfaces, if you followed the same guidelines above to make it a habit-respecting adaptive interface, we might get an interface that seems capable of mind reading.

Of course, we might also get an interface that’s too clever for it’s own good.

Switching between applications, windows, and tabs is a fundamental action of modern computers.

As people browse the web, we know that an average user will switch tabs more times in a day than they click on a link. Much of your time using a modern browser (computer) is spent in the digital equivalent of shuffling papers.

Only careful implementation with an eye towards respecting habits followed by intensive user testing can tell which one it will be.

I’m sure there are other ways of coming up with a smarter ordering.

It’s really just a generalization of the above idea.

You could actually take it a step further further and use the Markov model to find the sets of apps you switch between often, thereby allowing the computer to automatically detect the workspaces you make ad-hoc simply by watching how you switch between apps.

In the case of overlapping habits, the interface should choose one (the more frecent diad) and stick with it.Tap multiple times to cycle through all open applications.It seems simple enough, but there’s a interface gorilla in the room: What order should the applications be shown and cycled through?Thinking about how to switch tabs rips your attention from completing your task and put it squarely on using the computer.Instead of MRU ordering, we could use a static ordering dictated by when the applications were opened.

In the case of overlapping habits, the interface should choose one (the more frecent diad) and stick with it.

Tap multiple times to cycle through all open applications.

It seems simple enough, but there’s a interface gorilla in the room: What order should the applications be shown and cycled through?

Thinking about how to switch tabs rips your attention from completing your task and put it squarely on using the computer.

Instead of MRU ordering, we could use a static ordering dictated by when the applications were opened.

The system should detect your habits and respect them.