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Finding a useful utility is a great thing, and when it’s free it is even better. That’s the best way to describe T3Desk – it is incredibly useful and free. What T3Desk does is very simple, it allows you to minimize windows to thumbnails on the […]

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Finding a useful utility is a great thing, and when it’s free it is even better. That’s the best way to describe T3Desk – it is incredibly useful and free. What T3Desk does is very simple, it allows you to minimize windows to thumbnails on the screen to get them out of your way, yet they are right there when you need them. The program has a ton of configuration options, so many I am just getting into a lot of them. The best way to explain what T3Desk does is to show you in a screencast.

In the video you will see how T3Desk minimizes programs to the desktop, and how easy it is to interact with them. I show the scroll wheel function on the mouse, and how it is used to move the thumbnails around. T3Desk is so useful it is going on every Windows system I use, including the MacBook which is where this screencast was recorded. Thanks to Download Squad for finding this great utility. BTW, the developers claim T3Desk will run on any version of Windows, so netbook users can fire this up with XP.

  1. Eh – just use the builtin Windows 7 tools.

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  2. James you are the man! I love you guys, and follow your blog regularly. This is a top tool but….

    Yes MAJOR but….IT STOPS YOU FROM SENDING MSN MESSAGES TO SOME OF YOUR BUDDIES. :(

    I’m having some problems messaging my people. However I want to keep this application so I’m caught in the middle!

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  3. I’ve just installed it and once I worked out you can use the right mouse button to tweak applications individually I can see myself really liking this. The only problem I have had with it is it doesn’t work properly with multiple monitors. Everything gets minimised to the primary monitor and restored to that monitor too.

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  4. Might be a cool app but between the lack of HD in your video (can’t see anything), the slow speech, and the incessant ringing…I couldn’t watch to the end. It was just filthy. Lets try and raise the bar on our reviews if we are going to keep this up. Its almost 2010. Seriously.

    @Ross: MSN Messenger? Really?

    @Phil: Thanks for the heads up.

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