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Windows 7: Why the Windows 7 Taskbar Beats Mac OS X's Dock

22 Jan 2009   #11

Vista Ult 64bit - Windows 7 Ult 7264 64bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by QuadAllegory View Post
I'm not sure you understand the feature. It is emulating the stacks and grid feature in OSX (yes they are slightly crooked for effect). They are just menus with shortcut links in them. It is completely separate from the running programs etc. on the taskbar.

The live thumbs is only for running programs or open windows, while these stacks are for shortcuts to programs/folders that are not currently running. It does not replace the thumbs feature.

Ahhh...I "see"

Thanx, I hadn't used or seen the OSX dock so I was a little...umm..unaware I guess..LOL!

I don't know about that crooked test label thing tho..I might find myself twisting my head inadvertently while reading them. neck..

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