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Tabbed Window management tool for your desktop applications

WindowTabs is a useful tool for Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 that gives tabbed window management for your desktop applications, just like the one in your popular browser Firefox, Chrome or Internet Explorer 8. Each tab displays the icon and title of the window it's attached to. You can switch between different windows very easily by just using keyboard shortcut or mouse click.

WindowTabs attaches a small tab to the top of each window on your desktop. The tab is positioned above the top left corner for normal windows and is centered for maximized windows.

You can combine windows together by dragging one tab over another. Reorder windows by dragging a tab to the left or right. You can also combine windows into different group by dragging one tab over another. Remove a window from a group by dragging its tab out of the group.

Maximize a window by dragging its tab to the top of the screen. Restore a window by dragging its tab downwards from the top of the screen. If you have a multi-monitor system, this makes it easier to move maximized windows between monitors.

Switch between windows by clicking on a tab or by using the Ctrl + Right or Ctrl + Left keys.

This tool is compatible with Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 (32bit and 64bit versions) and required Microsoft .NET Framework 2 for XP. WindowTabs will start automatically after installation has completed. The FREE version is limited to three windows per-group with no time limit or nag screens. Download WindowsTab.

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  1. Seems to be quite useful. Thanks a lot for sharing this app - In

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  2. Nice, but we have to arrange the tabs at every Windows starts?

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  3. INTERESTING!!!

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