Windows 7 Taskbar: Advanced Features
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Windows 7 offers a new way of controlling your desktop, managing your windows, and launching applications. The Windows 7 Taskbar is a new application-launching and window-switching mechanism that consolidates the functionalities from previous Windows OS Desktop mechanisms such as Quick Launch, Recent Documents, Notification area icons, desktop shortcuts, and running application windows.
This is yet another video in the Windows 7 Taskbar series. This video focuses on the advanced functionalities that the Windows 7 Taskbar offers, such as Thumbnail Overview, AeroPeek, overriding the default Thumbnail icon, and surfacing tabs and documents from a Multi Tab or Documents Interface (such as IE8). Join Ben Betz and Robert Jarrett as they dive deep into the Taskbar API to explain exactly how to integrate your applications with the Windows 7 Taskbar Thumbnail and AeroPeek functionality.
This is another video in the Windows 7 Taskbar series, which includes: