7+ Taskbar Tweaking Library is a library for manipulating the taskbar of Windows 7 and above. It’s inspired by the 7+ Taskbar Tweaker program, and it allows you, as a programmer, to manipulate the Windows taskbar, which is virtually impossible to do with the documented Windows API.
You can take a quick look at the provided API here. For a more extensive look, refer to the examples which are provided together with the library.
In general, the library allows you to:
- Get extensive information about the taskbar items and groups on all taskbars.
- Reorder taskbar items, and reorder buttons within groups.
- Set per-AppId settings.
For example, if you’d like to have the taskbar button of your program to never show labels, you can easily do it with the library:
You can get 7+ Taskbar Tweaking Library here:
TTLib.zip (399.58 kB)
Please note that the library is free for non-commercial use only. If you’re interested in using the library for a commercial application, please contact me.