Configure Windows 7 superbar
- Changes are applied immediately
- Adds options you don't have by default
- It wouldn't hurt to have more options
7 Taskbar Tweaker brings to the Windows 7 so-called 'superbar' all the configuration options and tweaks you may be missing in this operating system’s taskbar.
After a quick, hassle-free installation process, 7 Taskbar Tweaker shows up on your desktop with a bunch of options that enable you to modify the superbar’s behavior – and which are not included in the operating system by default.
Some of these options include replacing the Jump list with the standard window menu, preventing similar items from being grouped or selecting which action you want Windows to perform when middle clicking or double clicking on the taskbar, among others.
The good thing about 7 Taskbar Tweaker is that changes are applied immediately – no need to restart the system. On the downside, we can’t help thinking that 7 Taskbar Tweaker is still a bit scarce in options.
With 7 Taskbar Tweaker you can modify the way Windows 7 superbar behaves in a very easily.
- Mouse wheel options Decombining the active group New interface logic Improved stability