7+ Taskbar Tweaker, formerly known as 7 Taskbar Tweaker, is a free program for Windows to customize the taskbar functionality.
One of the most prominent features of Microsoft's new operating system Windows 7 is the taskbar with its new functionality.
The new features of it include the ability to pin programs to the taskbar, display thumbnail previews of open windows and tabs (for example from Windows Explorer, Internet Explorer or the latest version of the Firefox web browser) and jumplists that offer quick links to application specific features.
The free software program Windows 7 Taskbar Tweaker is a portable application for the Windows 7 operating system. It can be used to modify several of the default options of the Windows 7 taskbar to speed up Windows 7, and to improve your work flow when you are using the system.
To be precise, it adds the following configuration options:
The new settings become available after clicking on the apply button in the program window. The software program is available for download at the developer's website for both 32-bit and 64-bit editions of the Windows 7 operating system.
Update: The latest version of the program supports Windows 8 and 10 operating systems as well now.
It offers a couple of new features that I'd like to list below:
The author of 7+ Taskbar Tweaker created a short demo video that highlights some of the functionality of the program.
7+ Taskbar Tweaker is a handy program for Windows 7, 8 and 10 that provides you with plenty of options to customize the functionality of the operating system's taskbar.
While you may not need all of them, you may find some useful enough to run the program and modify those settings.Advertisement
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