Stack Icons on Taskbar in Windows 7 Similar to Mac OS X Dock With 7Stacks

Written By Sam on 18 July 2009
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Now you can have stacks of icons in your taskbar or quick launch bar on Windows 7, Vista and XP machines with 7Stacks. Stacking of applications will be useful when you usually open lot of them at the same time. You can group similar applications like Microsoft Office, OpenOffice or Adobe CS4 into one suite. You can also browse and access documents within a folder very easily. With a single click you can browse folders within the 7stack folder. The folder which you want to use as a stack should be mentioned after installation. Any icon can be used for this folder and you should make sure that you include all your favorite shortcuts and folders in that folder. And this folder can be added to taskbar by creating a shortcut on the desktop. These contents can be displayed in Menu type view or Grid View.

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With 7stacks you can even reduce the icon clutter on desktop, and it can be used to pin folders which you don’t want on your desktop. 7stacks gives you quick access to your favorite folders and it is a easy to use tool. Windows 7’s new taskbar, SuperBar is very similar to the Mac OS X Dock except with stacking feature. But now with 7stacks, you get almost the same functionality as the OS X stacks.

Features of 7stacks

  • In Windows 7 and Vista 7stacks uses the Aero theme.
  • You can browse subfolders within a stack just as you do in OS X Snow Leopard.
  • Provides 3 different styles of stacks: Normal, Grid and Menu.
  • In Windows 7 you can create a new stack easily from the JumpList entry.
  • In Menu mode you can use 7stacks directly from your desktop or any other folder.
  • You can pin up to 10 different stacks on the Windows 7 taskbar.

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One Response to “Stack Icons on Taskbar in Windows 7 Similar to Mac OS X Dock With 7Stacks”

  1. nitinsingh says:

    Stacking of applications will be useful when you usually open lot of them at the same time

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