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Posted on June 17th, 2010.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Thank you !

  2. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for 7+ Taskbar Tweaker, it’s very usefull !

    Ungroup apps.
    Reserve empty space on taskbar for right click ! Very cool.
    And display seconds on the tray dock 🙂

  3. Nuogz says:

    Could you add the “Remember the order of taskbar buttons” option?

    The “Don’t group” option is very useful. I often manually order Taskbar buttons to facilitate switching windows. And I also use Windows virtual desktops for different types of work.
    When I switched virtual desktops, I find that the order I had set manually changed back to the original order by opening time.

    So I thought it would be possible to add an option to remember the order?

  4. Jimi says:


    The download doesn’t work from your website. I get a timeout from the server.

    This is the URL I tried, from two different computers:

    It works from though.

    • Hi Jimi,

      I’m not sure why you’re using the old link (, but it should still work. It works for me. The link will break after the next update though, I suggest downloading the tweaker from the official website.

      As of why the link doesn’t work for you, I’m not sure, perhaps your browser or internet provider blocks it for some reason.

  5. BH says:

    thank your for your work! it’s very useful to me

  6. Sean92m says:


    I have recently installed Numberer onto windows 11 but whenever I run it I get an Error –


    Any suggetions?


  7. Bilal Ahnani says:

    Is it possible to add Arabic?

  8. Andy says:

    Hello guys.
    Please help.
    On my Windows 11 programm is not work.

  9. NVIT says:


    Thanks for this great tool. Is there a way to keep the current taskbar File Explorer items in the current order the next time I logon? Now, I have to reorder the items after each logon. I saw a solution saying to use virtual_desktop_order_fix but that doesn’t work for me.


    • Hi,

      No, there’s no way to do that. It’s tricky, since the next time you login, new windows are created as far as the taskbar is concerned, even if they look similar to the windows you had before you logged out. A tool can try to match properties such as window titles, but the titles can change or there can be several windows with the same title.

      The virtual_desktop_order_fix advanced option does something different – it helps keep the order of taskbar buttons when you switch between virtual desktops.

  10. Nick Smith says:


    Can your software fix the taskbar unhide issues when running maximized windows programs?

    Basically, for some lucky people like myself, the taskbar will simply not unhide if there is any maximized programs running. For me, it’s specifically the primary monitor, the auto-hide unhide taskbar works fine in my other 2 monitors.

    Running latest version of Windows 10 as of March 22 2022.

    Thank you

    • Hi Nick,
      I have no solution for this unfortunately. If you’re using 7+ Taskbar Tweaker, you might want to make sure that the disable_topmost advanced option is not enabled. That’s my only guess of what, of all of my tools, can cause the problem.

      • Nick Smith says:

        Hey, Thanks for replying!

        I eventually figured out that hidden applications that take the full display screen (like the GeForce Experience’s FPS Overlay and the Windows Snipping Tool) make the auto hide taskbar stay behind all of the opened maximized windows, that way it does not appear when you put the cursor on it. It’s a bug / glitch.

        When the auto-hide taskbar is hidden and you see that thin taskbar line over open maximized windows, you know that it is working correctly. When the thin line is gone, that means there is an issue happening that is putting the taskbar behind all opened maximized windows.

        The solution to my case was to disable the FPS Overlay from NVIDIA GeForce Experience and, in the case of the Windows Snipping Tool, to reposition (refresh) the taskbar a couple times after using it, then it goes back to normal.

        I hope more people can find this solution and that it helps them. 🙂

        Thank you Michael!

        Windows 10 64 bit

  11. Dan says:

    thank you for this wonderful program!! i’ll be sure to let my friends who are still on Windows 10 know about this! What quality of life improvements!! THANK YOU!

  12. Thomas says:

    How can I backup all Taskbar shortcuts and the order in which they appear into a backup file?

    And restore them later?

  13. Eran says:

    I have Windows 11.
    I was able to restore the Windows 10 taskbar and installed the 7+ tweaker for no grouping icons, however I am not able to get rid of the labels.
    There is no option anymore to do “Always combine, Hide labels” like before.
    I searched all over the web with no solution.

    Can you please add this as feature for the next version / update?



  14. winget says:

    winget install Textify
    Gefunden Textify [rammichael.Textify] Version 1.8.11
    Diese Anwendung wird von ihrem Besitzer an Sie lizenziert.
    Microsoft ist nicht verantwortlich und erteilt keine Lizenzen für Pakete von Drittanbietern.
    Unerwarteter Fehler beim Ausführen des Befehls:
    Download request status is not success.
    0x80190193 : Nicht zul�ssig (403).

  15. NS says:

    Thanks for the great tool! I use it to minimize the size of taskbar which I keep on the left side. I adjusted the format of the short date and time in Windows settings to 4/5/17 format for the date, and 9:40 AM format for the time. These are the shortest display settings for the date and time, which allows them to be displayed even when the task bar is narrow. Do you know of any way that I could remove the year entirely from the date, and remove the AM/PM entirely from the time so that I could minimize the taskbar even further? This would probably involve a registry change.

  16. pharaun12 says:

    I am not sure I am the right person, but if you need anyone to contribute to start the project on vanilla win11 contact me via email, ty.

  17. Kenneth Johnson says:

    I noticed that the “taskbar-button-click” mod actually behaves slightly differently than the “Middle click: Close” feature in 7+ Taskbar Tweaker. If I had multiple windows up (especially noticeable when working with multiple VSCode windows), 7+ would only close that one window. Windhawk tries to close every VSCode window at once!

    Was this intentional? Is it possible to change to one-window?

    I’d love to help with a PR, if I could. But I’ve gone through the C++ code and can barely understand it. I’m a Python/Typescript developer.

    • Kenneth Johnson says:

      Aha… New info… If I open 2 VSCode windows on my left screen, and 2 on my right screen, and then middle-click, Windhawk only closes the 2 on that screen, leaving the others still running.

      I have a hunch of what might be happening… When the “Combine buttons” setting (standard Windows setting) is set to Always, and I right-click on the taskbar button, I see “Close all windows on this display”. But when the “Combine buttons” is set to Never, right-clicking each button shows “Close window”. Maybe that “CTaskListWnd::ProcessJumpViewCloseWindow” symbol being hooked is the former (regardless if that menu item is visible when I right-click), whereas 7+ Taskbar Tweaker hooked some other symbol that represented the latter.

    • It’s semi-intentional. I’m aware of this behavior, and I know that some users prefer it to close all windows while others prefer it to close only one. I implemented the option that was simpler which is to close all windows. I’ll look into adding an option to change it in the next version.

  18. Wasfi says:

    Can you make a command-line for moving a specific button in the taskbar ? Like : -l : list buttons, 5 2: move button 5 to position 2.
    This would allow me to implement a (very) personal logic to taskbar sorting, and maintain it as windows are closed/added.
    A “taskbar change detector” would be a great add to this (trigger a .exe/.cmd upon change).
    I hope it’s not too much to ask, but seeing what TT & Numberer can do, this shouldn’t be that complicated/long to do for you.
    Many thanks for making the great TT, a life-savior.

  19. TarkanLover says:

    Is there a way to make the w10_large_icons advanced setting also apply to the start menu button? Or a separate setting to make the button any% larger?

    I really like this setting making the icons sharp but the small windows flag is really noticeable.

  20. SGvagon says:

    The last version update on 5.13 says, that the installation requires 64bit operating system. But I have Windows 7 PRO X64bit :-/ . Where is the issue?

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