Alt-Tab Thingy

Alt-Tab Thingy 3.4.1

Free
Alt-Tab Thingy is an application that enable a quick change between windows
4.0  (8 votes)
4.0.4 (See all)
Nymithium Technologies

Alt-Tab Thingy is an application that can be used only in Windows XP, if you're not familiar with the Alt-Tab switcher of windows, is a short-cut keyboard (hot-key) that enable a quick change between applications or windows. This utility or feature have been present since Windows 3.0 and has not changed much in the actual version of windows. This utility is a replacement of this feature adding new options and helping in the change between windows.

As of October 11, 2005, Nymithium Technologies has agreed to take over Alt-Tab Thingy development.

This utility provides options as the window preview, window selection using the both options the mouse or keyboard, to minimize windows in system tray, and allowing us to choose resolution, etc.

An entirely free utility for the improvement of one of the features present at the first versions of windows. If you have trouble changing the windows in your browser and tab several times to select the window you want, Alt-Tab Thingy is the best option in this type of software.

Jose Ruiloba
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Review summary

Pros

  • Freeware
  • Easy to use and install
  • Improve the performance in the switching of task, enabling the use of the mouse

Cons

  • Application designed for Windows XP only
  • The development of the software depends of many things verifying the FAQ's
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