7+ Taskbar Tweaker for Windows 10 May 2020 Update

Yet another Windows 10 update, yet another set of adjustments that were required for 7+ Taskbar Tweaker to support the new version. The newly released version, 7+ Taskbar Tweaker v5.9, adds support for the new Windows 10 update. Once again, I want to thank all the users who helped test the beta version, provided valuable feedback, reported bugs, and donated to the project. Your engagement keeps me motivated to continue maintaining the project.

By the way, that’s the 10-th Windows 10 version since the first release in 2015, congratulations!

Posted in Software, Updates by RaMMicHaeL at June 27th, 2020.
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59 Responses to “7+ Taskbar Tweaker for Windows 10 May 2020 Update”

  1. Diego Muñoz says:

    Great! Keep up the good work.

  2. zakius says:

    Currently I have last Slow Ring (pre-release) installed and while beta worked just fine stable refuses to work with it with usual “could not load library (107)”
    I just disabled insider and may or may not receive stable release in next few days, for now I guess I’ll just revert to beta

    • RaMMicHaeL says:

      The non-beta versions of the tweaker don’t support insider builds (but it might accidentally work). Insider builds are a moving target and change often, and support for them (to some degree) is managed in the beta versions.

  3. Difool2Nice says:

    i want to thank you for this piece of treasure that your soft is. For me it’s a must have with lot of nice options. Keep up the good work .

  4. Zelanium says:

    It’s sad that these frequent Windows updates cause such problems. I’m a it baffled, to be honest. I’m not aware that there are any changes to Explorer, so I assume they like to mess with its internals.

  5. Ben says:

    Thanks! I just built a new computer for moving from Win7 to Win10 2004 and this was the last piece I needed to make it work properly. Windows without 7+ Taskbar Tweaker just isn’t right. Your continued updates are appreciated.

  6. andy says:

    v5.9 quarantined and deleted by Symantec AV just after the automatic update from v5.8

    what’s happening?

    reason:
    scan type: SONAR
    SONAR.ProcHijack!g43
    Application Heuristic

  7. Akatsuki says:

    My god!
    This day is coming!
    You save Win10!
    Thanks!

  8. Yves says:

    Hello,

    first, thank you so much for 7+TT.

    In the latest v5.9 you added

    “always hide tooltips” in advanced options.

    It works fine for Taskbar items

    but it does not hide tooltips when hovering

    the mouse over app icons in the System Tray [right bottom]

    Am I missing something ?

    Friendly greetings,

    Yves.

  9. ZAKARIA says:

    Really Great Job we need it, Thanks

  10. Hale says:

    Download link is broken.

  11. Hale says:

    Download got working. some temporary problem. Thank you so much! The greatest tool for windows that should be included in the box!

  12. Timothy says:

    Once again, thank you for making Windows more enjoyable to use. KUDOS.

  13. Peter says:

    Thank you for creating 7+ Taskbar Tweaker.

    I am currently customizing my new Windows 10 machine to work like my Windows 7 machine via Taskbar Tweaker. I can’t seem to reproduce the behavior I want.

    If an application such as Chrome is open, a button appears in the Taskbar. If I left click that button Chrome loses focus and the second application or Desktop gains focus. I don’t like this change of Focus. I was able to deactivate this behavior before, hence, left clicking on a Chrome Button in the Taskbar does Nothing.

    How do I reproduce this Behavior?

    Thank you

  14. Nice Boy says:

    Thank you for your great work!
    I am very happy that this tool provide many settings for custom the taskbar, especially the one make icon larger! that save my eyes.

  15. Dave says:

    Hi RaMMichHaeL,

    Thank you and congratulations for your great product. I’ll soon make a donation.

    A favor: please move the extraordinarily hard-to-find link for “Advanced Options” out from under the “7T7 7+” logo in the upper left-hand corner, and place it on the main menu/options screen. I use several features in the “Advanced Options,” and find it perplexing that they’re not more readily accessible on the main screen.

    Thank you,

    Dave

    • RaMMicHaeL says:

      Hi Dave,

      Thank you for considering a donation and supporting the project.
      Regarding the advanced options, I’ll consider it. It’s not a quick change since all the translations have to be updated. Meanwhile, you can use the caption bar of the main window as I answered here.

  16. Seekr says:

    I just updated to the May 2020 update, and I now get a “could not load library” error when the program opens.

    Taskbar Tweaker version: 5.9
    Windows 10 version: 2004, build 19041.421
    explorer.exe version: 10.0.19041.421

    I also tried beta version 5.9.0.5 and had the same issue.

  17. Gordon Moore says:

    Yet another insider build yet another fail. Could not load library 1004

    Win 10 Pro 10.0.19042.421 build 19042
    20H2

    You must get really fed up of Windows continually breaking your excellent software. 🙁

  18. Сергей Владиславович Иванов says:

    Same here 🙁

  19. Gordon Moore says:

    Hurrah, new beta works fine, thanks for the quick response.

  20. Romano says:

    For those who have “Could not load library 1004” error – just use a last BETA of 7tt. It works fine!

  21. Erdem says:

    I have started using this application, and it’s great!
    Just the thing i needed to have.
    Shame windows doesn’t allow you to move taskbar icons, unbelievable !

  22. Scaggled says:

    I’ve just done the latest Windows 10 update and I now getting a problem when Taskbar Tweaker tries to load, and also the Windows Start button doesn’t work.
    I’ve temporally uninstalled Taskbar Tweaker and everything seems to be working OK, but I really would like it back :¬ (
    Any Ideas?

  23. Adam says:

    “could not load library (5)” after the last windows 10 update

  24. Manuj says:

    The white window icon on the taskbar does not hide now, apart from that evthg is working fine in the latest beta version! Thanks!

  25. Tiago says:

    I’m facing the same problem here. Neither w10 start button and the option to increase the taskbar icon size work

  26. John Smith says:

    I get confused easily, so I’m not sure what version of 7+ that I need for Windows 10, version 2004 (I haven’t updated to it yet). I currently have 7+ 5.9. I’m guessing that I need at least beta version 5.9.0.6? Or will my 5.9 work?

  27. Victor Souza says:

    Current Insider version broke it again ;(

  28. Appreciative User says:

    Beta detected as severe virus threat.

  29. icu says:

    RaMMicHaeL, please note that windows 10 20H2 19042.508 went final build.

    https://twitter.com/WZorNET/status/1318625865538936832?s=20

  30. GufNZ says:

    I just got a prompt to update to the 20H2 feature version.
    Do you know if 7tt compatibility breaks with that version?

    If so, I’m inclined to defer updating till 7tt is ready, as I find it really useful.

  31. Wicke says:

    For lack of a better place I’ll ask here. I’m using Taskbar Tweaker for the purpose of disabling grouping and it seems to be working for some programs but not all, such as paint.net which creates a group on the taskbar of the images currently active inside the program. I suppose it’s because it’s contained within one application, but it still creates grouping in the taskbar, which it’s not supposed to.

    Can this be fixed? Thank you.

    • RaMMicHaeL says:

      7+ Taskbar Tweaker doesn’t have an option to disable multiple thumbnails of a single item, but usually the apps that provide that feature do.
      According to paint.net’s website:

      Each open image shows up as its own Windows taskbar item (this can be disabled in the brand new Settings dialog).

      • Wicke says:

        Indeed I found a setting called “Show image previews in the Windows taskbar” which is on by default. Unchecking it disables the previews and thus the grouping. Thanks!

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