Taskbar Shuffle 2.2

Rearrange the buttons on your Windows taskbar by simply dragging and dropping them. Allows you to rearrange your system tray icons by dragging and dropping as well. No need to get all nervous when an application crashes or if you need to reboot; you can reorder your programs exactly as they were anytime by just dragging and dropping them directly within your Windows taskbar!

Changelog:

  • fixed: 'ghosted' button behind taskbar in Vista, other Vista bugs
  • fixed: disabled quicklaunch button problem in Windows 2000
  • fixed: settings not able to be saved for users with no write privileges
  • added: disable auto-update when the tray icon's hidden by running the program with the parameter –noupdate
Download: Taskbar Shuffle 2.2 | 636KB (Freeware)
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God, I was hoping for something like this. But now I use Ubuntu, so I guess it's not really a problem...but i'm still going to install it on my Windows Vista.

Excellent! Just like Taskbar Button Manager... except you don't need to register, it doesn't have weird auto-rearrange bugs and it lets you rearrange the system tray icons! Downloaded :nuts:

Sranshaft said,
This is one of those features that should have been incorporated into the OS natively. It's a no-brainer really.

yeah. I was sure I would be able to rearrange apps on the taskbar, the first time I ran Vista... in vain.

tpor_again said,
why should we use this?

Duh! because it's very useful, and really very good.

Middle clicking on a taskbar button to close the app is nifty, as well as being able to move the buttons round.

tpor_again said,
why should we use this?

what a SILLY question.

i havent used the program yet (maybe tonight). but like what others have said:

this may be something that should have been part of the OS!

arranging task bar entries of programs that you are using together sounds like a good idea.