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Add Window's taskbar content to context menu

This is one tool that you might like to have. You know that there are various ways to access your opened windows, the ones that are visible on the taskbar. You can simply click on the items on the taskbar to open them or use Alt+Tab to cycle through the opened windows. There is another way to open these windows, and that is to integrate them into the right-click context menu.

SwitchWindow is a freeware that integrates with Windows Shell and provides this task switching function to the right button of the mouse. Using SwitchWindow you can right click on any location in Windows explorer or desktop and access all the opened windows that are lined up in the taskbar. The menu gives you a full description for each open window. The program also allow you to close windows with Ctrl+Right Click combination right from the menu.

SwitchWindow screenshot

I'm not sure how helpful this is going to be, but then I thought you might like to know.


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