The standard hotkey convention in Windows is that ALT+TAB switches between programs and CTRL+TAB switches between documents within a program.
Photoshop for some reason wants to treat every document it has open as a separate process, which means if I open Photoshop while developing a website, then open a number of different documents, my task switching gets all screwed up because Photoshop has elevated every document to the level of importance of a separate program.
Is there any way to disable this? I know you can disable taskbar grouping across the board, but this doesn't solve the problem. Instead it gives me four separate Photoshop items in the taskbar, which is even worse.
How can I get Photoshop to be a little more humble and just occupy one task slot, like a normal, well-behaved program?