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Windows 7 is the much anticipated next Windows operating system. There are already a lot of infos about it. You may want to give a little peek here. Anyway the news about its new features are so many that almost every day there is something new coming up. Today I want to speak about Windows 7 taskbar with jumplist (superbar).

Windows 7 taskbar is a new way to think about taskbars. Reading from Wikipedia: “In computing, the taskbar is a term for an application desktop bar which is used to launch and monitor applications. Microsoft incorporated a taskbar in Windows 95 and it has been a defining aspect of Microsoft Windows’s graphical user interface ever since.” Anyway in Windows 7, the new taskbar will be much more than this. As a matter of fact, if a user right-click on an icon sitting on the new Windows 7 taskbar will be able to see “shortcuts and preview to recently opened documents, or various options which apply to that specific program, that appear when the user right-clicks on an icon in the taskbar.” So it may happen that if you right-click on the new Internet Explorer 8 you will be able to see the last opened websites or URLs history or if you right-click on Microsoft Office you will be able to see the last created and used documents. Here is an interesting video showing you what I am talking about.

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