The TaskSwitch Powertoy replaces the standard Alt-tab view in Windows XP. See below for screenshots.
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i think it well be great if TaskSwitch has Vista style
It’s a good program, but it can’t shows the minimized application’s window.
I used few times but after a while the contents were disappearing, didn’t had too much time to realize what exactly was wrong but I don’t find it as reliable. I would leave the classic tab switch to do it’s job. Enhancements can be done somewhere else ;)
ok, made some mistakes there :D is still morning here:
*i used it* …. I don’t find it as reliable *as the classic tab switcher*
I don’t know why but every time I switch bween tabs it’s very laggy..
Nice, makes XP look much better. Shame I don’t use XP though, but I will definitely recommend it to friends.
yes this is good but you dont want a big thing in your way.
My friend tried it, and it just didn’t work. There was an error about insuficient memory, he was rather hazy with the details.
Any ideas about the problem?
I test programs extensively before reviewing them and it worked fine for me; however, this is not to say it will work fine for everyone.
I’d contact the developers; they know a lot more about this software than I or anyone on this site does.
Ah, I knew you tested it – I would have assumed that you wouldn’t have posted it if it didn’t work – I just didn’t know if you had any ideas about the problem.
It doesn’t work for me. Take a look at this: http://i335.photobucket.com/albums/m464/terra_keyblademaster/alttab.jpg. Can anybody fix it?
It looks like you’re either using a custom theme (not supported) or Vista (also no supported.)
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