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Windows 7: Chrome App Launcher Menu - Pin to Taskbar in Windows

09 Apr 2013   #10
NathanRice411

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DUDE!!! Frik'n BRAVO!!! This is amazing!! Thank you so very much.


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09 Apr 2013   #11
Golden
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Thanks Nathan! Hope you find it useful :)
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