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How to Display Text Beside Taskbar Icons in Windows 7

  • Posted by on May 27, 2011  |   2,550 views  |  
    How to Display Text Beside Taskbar Icons in Windows 7
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    Windows 7 taskbar is among the helpful feature added and it arrives with mini icons for the running applications. Taskbar Labels is really a nice free software tool which could display the text near the icons on windows 7 taskbar. You are able to toggle it using hotkeys. Taskbar Labels is really a portable application and you will place it inside a folder of your liking and run it. You are able to put a shortcut from it within the startup folder of the Start Menu, to be able to have Taskbar Labels begin with Home windows.

    Right click on the program icon at the system tray to open up the Configuration settings menu and change the keyboard shortcut at will (the default is Ctrl+F11). After that apply shortcut to hide or unhide the icon labels at the Windows 7 taskbar. The first time it runs, the program will pop up a Splash screen, because the ini file is not yet created.

    Taskbar Labels Features :

    • Completely hide the Windows Taskbar Icon Labels, with a keyboard shortcut
    • Use the same shortcut (toggle key) to reveal the labels whenever you want
    • Customizable hotkeys
    • Taskbar Control is a portable application, no need to install and it does not use the registry; it will create just an ini (simple text) file in the same folder with the executable, to store your hotkey preference

    Download : Taskbar Labels

    Written by Diego Armanda

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    Hi, I'm Diego and I enjoy writing tutorials and guides on anything internet related.

    1 Response on How to Display Text Beside Taskbar Icons in Windows 7

    1. Response by  Softwarebazar – May 27th, 2011 at 5:39 am

      For viewing fonts, seeing how they would appear applied to your name/logo/tagline, and keeping track of which fonts best suit the job is the purpose of Opcion Font Viewer. Opcion allows you to view both installed and uninstalled fonts individualy or many at a time.

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