7Stacks: Get Mac OS X Stacks in Windows XP, Vista and 7
7stacks is a free application for Windows XP, Vista and 7 users that lets you have "stacks" of icons in the Taskbar (in Windows 7) or Quick Launch Toolbar (in Windows Vista and XP). By using stacks, users can reduce icon clutter, and combine a group of related icons into a single icon. For instance, if you use application suites such as Microsoft Office, OpenOffice, or Adobe CS4, you can have all the suite's icons combined into one icon!
You can also use it to browse and access documents within a folder very quickly. Just create a stack to the desired document's folder, and open that document in a couple of clicks.
7stacks is incredibly easy to use, and has a variety of looks and features, allowing anyone to customize the look of their stack however they'd like. And using Windows 7, its easy to create new stacks by right-clicking on any stack, and selecting "Create New Stack" in the JumpList. 7stacks will place an shortcut icon on your desktop to this new stack, which you can then pin to your Windows 7 taskbar, or Vista or XP Quick Launch bar.
- In 7 and Vista, 7stacks uses Aero, making the stacks look like part of Windows itself.
- Browse sub-folders within a stack, just like in OS X Snow Leopard.
- 3 different styles of stacks: Normal, Grid, and Menu.
- In Windows 7, create a new stack by right-clicking on any stack and selecting "Create New Stack" from the JumpList entry.
- In Menu mode, 7stacks doesn't even need to be in a toolbar. You can use it right from your desktop, or any other folder.
- Pin up to 10 different stacks on the Windows 7 taskbar.
You can download it using following link:
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