Jumping Jacks: Windows 7 Jumplist Comes To Chrome


Chrome jumplists

One of my favorite features about Windows 7 is the Taskbar. With the taskbar, the user has the ability to get Jump Lists which pulls up recent documents if you use the document tab or launching a new tab in Internet Explorer 8. I wish all my programs could do this but only a select few are about to do this.

Google Chrome just picked up this new feature and it looks really nice. It mimics the Internet Explorer Jump List which includes the ability to launch the browser in Incognito Mode.

Hopefully more developers which include the Jump List feature in their programs.

[CNET]

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