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ToolBar is a small utility that lets you launch your favorite programs from the Windows desktop. Click the left mouse button to launch an application or the right button to define a new ToolBar button. You can also drag and drop a file icon or shortcut directly onto the ToolBar to quickly define a new button.
ToolBar lets you organize your programs and utilities into 16 button groups. Press the arrow buttons at the bottom of the toolbar to switch between these groups, or use the arrow keys on the keyboard to quickly cycle through your button groups.
ToolBar is implemented as an AppBar window similar to the MS Explorer Taskbar. ToolBar can be optionally configured to AutoHide itself in much the same manner as the standard MS Windows Taskbar.
ToolBar can also be configured to operate as a standard floating window with taskbar icon tray access.
Click on the following link to view a screen shot of ToolBar.
|Version 7.1||Adds support for Widows Vista, 7, 8 and 10 operating systems.|
|Download||TBAR32.ZIP (819K Bytes)|
|Install||ToolBar_Setup.exe (835K Bytes)|
|Updated||April 27th, 2013|
|Installation||Unzip to a temporary directory or run ToolBar_Setup.exe|
|Price||Free to try, $19.99 if you decide to keep it.|
|Support||E-Mail for ToolBar user support|
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