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How to reorder buttons in Windows taskbar?

While using computer most people are always have more than one task in the taskbar at a time, such as Windows Explorer, Firefox, documents, etc. But we can’t change its position to suite our convenience. Windows doesn’t allow this (by default).

To manage this, here is a tiny application, Taskix (Grupogeek) which allows dragging a task from one side to another.

The application requires less memory and doesn’t need installation. Once executed, press ‘Activate’ button (the application window will disappeared when click) and drag and drop the buttons (tasks) as you like and if you don’t need it further (for example to release the little memory space) just press ‘Deactivate’ button (execute once again to see the window).

(Note that if "Group similar taskbar buttons" is set, you will be able to move a button inside the group or move the group as a whole, but not to move a button out of its group. If by opening many windows the buttons in a group become stacked up one over the other, Taskix will also allow you to reorder them inside the stack.)
Supports: Windows 2000 / XP/ 2003/Vista - Download taskix


  1. Very useful. I was looking for that.....

  2. Many times I come across with this situation, now it easy my job.


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