Taskbar Shuffle


I install and uninstall dozens of pieces of software weekly. I also (perhaps as a result of the first statement), rebuild my laptop from scratch about once every three of four months. So, it’s a rare piece of software that lasts on my PC time after time. I thought I would highlight one of those today.

Taskbar Shuffle is a great little tool that lets you get drag-and-drop buttons on your taskbar. Simple and efficient. For that alone, it gets the honor of being re-installed everytime I rebuild my PC.

As an additional bonus, it supports a grouping feature that fixes something that I hate about the XP and Vista taskbar: grouping taskbar buttons from the same application together without ever collapsing them into the annoying “group menu.”

It has a number of other features, including system tray reshuffling (but, I like to make everything on my system tray hidden, so this doesn’t matter so much to me).

Go check it out. It’s free. :)

Comments (1)

  1. iGurgi says:

    I also use this application.  It is great for those like me who have to have their applications show up in the same order every time.  Now rather than restarting all of them after one crashes (or gets closed accidentally :) ) I can just start the program back up and move it to it’s proper place.