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Quickly Switch between opened windows by moving cursor with EdgeSwap

EdgeSwap is a portable application for Windows that lets you switch between opened windows just by moving your mouse cursor to the top left corner of your computer screen.

If you have several opened windows and want to select one from the group is often a hard job. With this utility you can do this quickly and effortlessly.

Its working is simple. Run the program (no installation required) and move your mouse to the top left hand corner of your computer screen.

Hold your mouse cursor in the corner until the window you wish to display is highlighted on the popup which appears, then move your cursor away from the corner and that window will open.

When in use with Windows Vista or Windows 7, EdgeSwap displays live thumbnail images to choose between open windows, and shows application icons in Windows XP.

You can download the application (currently beta)at the source

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