Many software developers are beginning to add support for new features that Microsoft added to their upcoming operating system Windows 7. One of the major points of interest for developers is the new taskbar that is introduced in Windows 7. The taskbar in Windows 7 offers a new feature called jumplists which allow users to right-click icons in the taskbar to access features of the application.
The developers of Google Chrome have added jumplist support recently and it was only a matter of time when other developers released versions of their software programs with jumplist support as well. The latest beta versions of the popular software music player AIMP 2 are also offering jumplist support.
Users who install the latest beta version of AIMP 2 in Windows 7 will notice the jumplist menu when right-clicking the icon in the taskbar. The jumplist provides quick access to recently opened songs in the music player.
There does not seem to be any other features yet but this might change in future releases. The changelogs suggest that the developers are still working on improving compatibility with Windows 7 which could mean additional feature support. Users who are interested in downloading the latest version of AIMP 2 can visit the developer's website to do so.
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