Another program I can't live without

And I just installed it today! Taskbar Shuffle is probably something that only a software developer or someone that works at the computer all day would want to use. It might be my OCD, but I always end up opening the programs that I use all day first, and have them to the left in my task bar, while the things I open and close all day long like text files and web browsers tend to be center to right. It always annoyed me to no end if one of my long running programs crashed, because when I restarted t the app, it would end up on the right hand of the stack. Now with Taskbar Shuffle, I can just drag and drop it back where I want. I can also rearrange the running service icons, if I needed to do such a thing.

Now if I could just figure out how to make the CTRL + T command to launch Chrome from the desk top I'd be very happy indeed.

Well, I can launch Chrome with CTRL + ALT + T, but that isn't exactly what I want either. Good enough for now though.


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Jon Hartmann, July 2011

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