Visual Task Tips – Let XP have the taskbar thumbnail feature

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Do you still insist to use Windows XP system? Of course you may be self-complacent with its fast characteristics, but sometimes i have to say XP is too weak now, such as the visual effect. So, i think you need try Visual Task Tips!

Vista, just like Windows ME, is one of the most failed Microsoft systems, but one of its functions is very practical, that is when we move mouse cursor to the toolbar, it will show us the desktop window’s thumbnail.

Now, as long as you install the Visual Task Tips, it will let our Windows XP have this effect. This applet is very clean and easy to use, does not require any settings, only if installed to Windows XP, we can achieve the same Taskbar effect with Vista, and it is still a freeware!

[ Key Features ]

  • Simple
  • Useful
  • Lightweight
  • Customizable
  • Free

[ Supported OS ]

Visual Task Tips supports only Windows XP and Windows Vista.

[ Download URLs ]

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