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Taskbar Organizer for Windows

By Vitas EnterprisesFreeUser Rating

Key Details of Taskbar Organizer

  • Arange the programs in the Windows Taskbar in the order you want.
  • Last updated on 11/8/2008
  • There have been 6 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)


Editors' Review

Download.com staff
Easily rearrange entries on your Taskbar with this tiny application. Taskbar Organizer's plain dialog opens with a simple list of current windows. You choose a window and click on a huge arrow to move the window up or down the list. A quick click to apply the new order and the windows rearrange immediately. Our only gripe with Taskbar Organizer is it opens each time with the list in alphabetical order. That forces most users to rearrange the list. The application has no option to open with the items in their current order. Anyone can quickly grasp this application. It needs no help file and easily fits on a USB memory stick. Most users will find this freeware useful and beneficial.

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Full Specifications

GENERAL
Release
May 16, 2001
Latest update
November 8, 2008
Version
1.01
OPERATING SYSTEMS
Platform
Windows
Operating System
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows 10, Windows 95, Windows NT
Additional Requirements
Windows 95/98/NT/2000
POPULARITY
Total Downloads
23,004
Downloads Last Week
2

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User Reviews

4/5

15 User Votes


Developer's Description

Arange the programs in the Windows Taskbar in the order you want.
Taskbar Organizer enables you to rearrange the program entries on your Windows taskbar to your liking instead of the Windows default arrangement. When you open a program, Windows adds an entry to the end of the taskbar, which is sometimes inconvenient. Now you can reorder the tabs on the taskbar anytime you like, keeping similar programs together or moving your favorite program next to the Start button. This program doesn't affect the QuickLaunch buttons in any way and rearranges only the open windows portion of the taskbar.