ViGlance – Perfectly simulate Windows 7 taskbar on XP

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ViGlance can be seen as the ultimate upgrade solution for your Windows XP to simulate the Windows 7’s superbar perfectly (super taskbar).

As currently Microsoft‘s best system following after XP, Windows 7’s user experience and various optimization have greatly improved than previous versions, especially its very impressive new-style taskbar.

If you are still using XP, but like cool functions of Windows 7 superbar, meanwhile don’t want to install Windows 7 system, then ViGlance will be your best choice. Its simulation effect is distinct, one key to start simulation, and has low memory resource occupation.

// Key Features //

  • Previews of windows from your taskbar
  • Pin (drag) your favorite applications onto taskbar
  • Replace start button with small and efficient Windows7 start orb
  • Access your recently opened file lists / Jump-lists

// Official Demo Video //

// Download URLs //

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