November 2, 2006

Taskbar Shuffle (no, it has nothing to do with the iPod Shuffle)

Filed under: Software, Technology — inVINCEble @ 11:43 pm

Ok, sometimes I get a bit obsessive compulsive.  I have a good amount of windows opened up while I work or surf the web.  And I generally do not like to group my stupid taskbar items because it is very hard to find the right window with just 5 or 6 characters of description.  Grouping taskbar sucks.  Ok, I feel a little better now.  Taskbar Shuffle helps me be the windows organization geek I always wanted to be by letting me move the items in the Taskbar in any order that I want them to be.  Now I can have all my Windows Explorer, Internet Explorer, and other applications in the order I want them to be and not the order that I start up the application.  It’s a dream come true.

Platform: Windows (Macs don’t have this problem)
Price: Free



  1. I thought when I showed you this you complained that it didn’t work correctly with taskbar grouping turned on 🙂

    Changing your story, huh? 😉

    Comment by Michael — November 3, 2006 @ 7:21 pm

  2. Ok, to defend myself. 🙂 I said that taskbar grouping sucks but every now and then I have to turn the thing on because it helped with the amount of windows I have opened up. My complaint was with version 1.5. The current version of 2.0 works just fine with taskbar grouping turned on. I bitch because I like to have the freedom of either turning on or turning off the taskbar grouping feature without worrying if it would crash another utility that I am running. 😉

    Comment by inVINCEble — November 3, 2006 @ 9:13 pm

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