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Windows 7 Like Taskbar In Windows XP

You might have heard about the Windows 7 Taskbar which will change the interface and functionality of the Windows Taskbar quite a bit. One of the changes is the iconized taskbar which no longer displays the names of the folders and programs by default. It looks similar to the Quick Launch bar. The advantage of this interface change is that it is possible to squeeze additional icons on the taskbar.
Windows 7 Taskbar Iconizer is a implementation of that feature for Windows XP. It basically changes the way the folders and programs are displayed in the Windows Taskbar from their default view to a view where only icons are displayed. The program does that only on vertical taskbars. If you have customized the position of the Windows Taskbar to be on the left or right side of the desktop then you will not see a difference.

The only real gain is that additional folders and programs fit into the taskbar. Items are automatically grouped which adds even more space to the Taskbar.
The software program is portable and a restart is required after making the changes. The same program has to be used to revert the changes again.
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