Taskix x64-Bit 1.5
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Description of Taskix x64-Bit 1.5:
Reorder taskbar buttons in-place. Works inside stacked groups too! Taskix was developed to rearrange buttons in MS Windows, Simply drag with your mouse the button you want to move. Note that if "Group similar taskbar buttons" is set, you will be able to move a button inside the group or move the group as a whole, but not to move a button out of its group. Taskix intercepts mouse clicks and mouse movement in the taskbar area. If not implemented carefully, this practice can impact on apparently unrelated programs or on the operating system, by slowing them down or interfering with them. However this hasn't been noticed with Taskix. Simply drag-and-drop the button you want to move. Note that if "Group similar taskbar buttons" is set, you will be able to move a button inside the group or move the group as a whole, but not to move a button out of its group. If by opening many windows the buttons in a group become stacked up one over the other, Taskix will also allow you to reorder them inside the stack.
Supported OS: Windows Vista x64, Windows Vista x64, Windows Vista x64, Windows Vista x64, Windows Vista x64
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