Windows 7 Aero Shake Taskbar for XP

You might have heard about the Aero Shake bar in Windows 7, some of you might have even tried it out. Well, if you don’t have any idea about the Aero Shake bar then in short it’s a taskbar which no longer displays the names of the folders and programs by default, instead it shows icons in the taskbar. For more information on the Windows 7 taskbar you can have a look over here. The main idea behind this concept is to save space and squeeze more icons.

Hmmm, I guess I have said enough about the Aero Shake bar, now how about trying it out on XP? On XP? Yea! You heard it right. Well, it’s not the exact Aero Shake bar that you see in Windows 7 but it’s something similar to it. Windows 7 Taskbar Iconizer helps you to get the Windows 7 exclusive feature on Windows XP. It basically changes the way the folders and programs are displayed in the taskbar, it displays icons instead, just like you would see in Windows 7 task bar. One thing you need to make sure is that you haven’t customized the position of the Windows Taskbar. If you have positioned the taskbar to the left or right side of your desktop then the Windows 7 Taskbar Iconizer won’t work.

It’s pretty easy to use, with one click you can turn your Taskbar in to a Windows 7 like Iconized Taskbar and if you don’t like it you can revert to the default bar with ease.

Download Windows 7 Taskbar Iconizer



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