Doesn't work on Windows 10 1607 Build (08/2016) Anniversary Update

Anonymous 1 year ago • updated by RaMMicHaeL 1 year ago 8

Not injected into explorer, nothing works and an error at start up

RaMMicHaeL 1 year ago

The Windows 10 Anniversary Update is supported by 7+ Taskbar Tweaker v5.2.


Show minimized items in different style or color (such as grayed)

Anonymous 5 years ago • updated by Stamimail 3 years ago 8

It would be nice if minimized items in the taskbar were visually distinct from others.  Grayed out, indented, etc.


Transparency color intensity in Windows 10

Anonymous 2 years ago • updated 2 years ago 4
In the windows 10 there no option for intensity of color in taskbar.. making the effect of transparency more like a blur...

Add an option, even it is in advance option to control that intensity .


Windows Explorer - the folder that opens by default

Anonymous 4 years ago • updated by RaMMicHaeL 4 years ago 3

That is, via Taskbar Tweaker configure this option - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/130510

RaMMicHaeL 4 years ago
Not related to the taskbar. Probably bumped. Closing.
Also see my comment here:

Doesn't work on insider builds of Windows 10

Максим Лаврентьев 2 years ago • updated by RaMMicHaeL 8 months ago 19

Don`t work. Build 11099

RaMMicHaeL 1 year ago

The Windows 10 Anniversary Update is supported by 7+ Taskbar Tweaker v5.2.


Please provide possibility to hide start button in Windows 7/8.1

Anonymous 4 years ago • updated by RaMMicHaeL 4 years ago 9
RaMMicHaeL 4 years ago

Done in v4.4.


Access taskbar tweaker through the taskbar right-click menu

Anonymous 4 years ago • updated 3 years ago 1
The header says it all. This seems pretty intuitive and could replace the tray icon.

Ability to run application or (even better) trigger a media button on clicking on empty taskbar space

varez 5 years ago • updated by RaMMicHaeL 2 years ago 10

Like in title.

I'd like to be able to middle (or double) click on empty taskbar space to trigger a media key (to play/pause music) or to run specified application (to use external application to play/pause music). I've read help file, found no option to do that. Shouldn't be too hard to implement.

Thanks :)

RaMMicHaeL 2 years ago
It's possible with 7+ Taskbar Tweaker v5.0 using the Mouse Button Control advanced options, although it's not too straightforward.
Let's assume that we want to launch explorer every time we hold Ctrl and left-click the taskbar. Here's how it can be done:
  • Add the shortcut to the Advanced Options editor, and set the data to an unassigned value, e.g. 1000.
  • Hold Ctrl and left-click the taskbar (or use the click that you have set). If it was done correctly, Notepad will be launched.
  • Open regedit and navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\7 Taskbar Tweaker\Strings. You'll see the cmdline_1000 value, where 1000 is your number. The value data will be notepad.exe, which is the default command line generated by the tweaker.
    If you're using the portable version, look for the value in the .ini file.
  • Set this value to the command line you'd like to be launched for the click that you have assigned. In our case, the new command line will be explorer.exe.

Windows 7 vertical taskbar with mutiple columns like in XP

Anonymous 5 years ago • updated 10 months ago 8
If using left or right side taskbar, then Windows 7 misses the feature to have multiple columns when lots of applications are open. I really hope this feature an be added.


For Win8.1U1: New option to always show/always hide labels for all Windows Store Apps on the taskbar

Anonymous 4 years ago 0
If you check the new option in Win8.1U1, that Windows Store Apps should be shown on the Taskbar and you activate the option to show all labels in the taskbar properties. I'd like to change the behavior of the Windows Store Apps seperately so that I can make these labels to be hidden, while the other stay visible.
(And no, I don't want to manually change the behavior of every App with the Taskbar Inspector.)

I hope that there is an attribute that you can grab all WinStoreApps easily. I saw in the Taskbar Inspector that (maybe all) WinStoreApps have an exclamation mark in its AppID.

Thanks for your attention RaMMicHaeL :)