Utility and smiles


A couple years ago I complained about not being able to reorder applications in the Windows taskbar. Today I happened across an app that fixes that. My applications will always be in tidy order from here out, regardless of crashes or poor launch order.

Smitten as I was with the new drag and drop feature of my taskbar, I didn’t need the icon in the system tray. This is the message I got when disabling the icon:

You’ve chosen to hide me from your system tray. To get me back at any time, just run me again from your Programs menu (Start > Programs > Taskbar Shuffle)… goodby, my friend :’-(


  1. majafa 20080315

    I do believe I would’ve kept it on the system tray just because of that…

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