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Tuesday, April 7, 2009

[Download]- Drag Tabs in Windows-Vista/XP/2008/2003 Taskbar by Taskix

Taskix_icon All of us use Firefox, Chrome or Internet Explore 7+ for browsing. One thing I like in all these browsers is that it allows dragging of the tabs. That makes your work easier however this great feature is not available in windows older version to drag the tabs in the taskbar which has been integrated in Windows 7 but not in Vista, XP, and Server 2008/2003.

  1. Moving Taskix tab to left:-

  2. Done:-


I came across with a free tool called Taskix which gives you the ability to drag and reorder the taskbar tabs easily and lot of other things too.Taskix

Features of Taskix: 

  1. Reorder taskbar tabs.
  2. Scroll tabs with mouse wheel
  3. Close tabs with middle-click
  4. Supports UltraMon taskbars(i.e. Multiple monitors)
  5. Quick access to Desktop
  6. Small - Simple – Effective
  7. Auto-start in Windows

The best part is that it’s light weight process and does not take lot of memory. And it supports 32-bits as well 64-bits systems.

Runs on:

  1. Windows Vista
  2. Windows XP
  3. Windows Server 2008
  4. Windows Server 2003

Direct link to download:

For 32-bits: Taskix32_2.0Beta.msi (209 KB)

For 64-bits:  Taskix64_2.0Beta.msi (235 KB)

[via: Taskix]

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At April 9, 2009 at 7:08 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

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At April 13, 2009 at 8:37 PM , Blogger mahesh said...


At April 25, 2009 at 2:42 PM , Blogger ravish said...

First of all SORRY for late reply guys...

Thank you for dropping by and leaving a great comment.


Hi mahesh, what's up?

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