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My First Impressions on Taskix

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My First Impressions on Taskix Keeping multiple windows open may be a tricky situation, even with the latest technology available (for example the Windows 7 multitasking system). Also, more open windows and working spaces mean more consumed resources.

It may slow down your system and make things even harder.

A software able to deal with multiple windows was necessarily and as you may know, there are quite a few available. However, most of them are doing more bad than good. Most of these software are highly resources consumers, are providing a clumsy interface or you may find yourself lost between various tabs and windows.

Once installed, such a software may be extremely hard to stop. Maybe as a safety precaution, most of them will run continuously and there is no "turn off" button.

Until recently, I was a b it reticent about these applications. Even if I use multiple windows when I work, I prefer to utilize the default Windows system, alt tab-ing through them. Recently I had to test Taskix. Taskix is a new, small and easy to use software that is promising a viable solution for your multi tasking problems.

Personally, I was pleasant surprised by what Taskix can do. It is small, it doesn't consume resources (it needs somewhere around 1mb of RAM memory and 1mb free space on your hard disk) and most important, it does the job really well.

Taskix allows you to set various commands on your mouse buttons. I have a mouse with 8 buttons, more than enough to support every possible command: scrolling, alt tab, close tabs, open tabs, fast desktop access, close windows, minimize windows, etc.

Of course, it takes some time to get used with all these new settings but after you do, multitasking and scrolling through your taskbar will become easier and simpler.

I would strongly recommend Taskix. It is a viable and powerful solution, designed by an young and talented developer.


Tags: window, technology



Category: Science & Tech  - ( Science & Tech Archive)

Date Added: 01 June '10


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