We’ve previously covered Jumplist Launcher, a tool to launch applications quickly via Windows 7 taskbar, and FSL Launcher to remove desktop clutter by arranging all the desktop shortcuts in an organized manner and then launch them.
Although Windows 7 introduced the “pin to taskbar” feature to put frequently used program shortcuts permanently on the taskbar, there’s one more way to get quick access to your favorite programs and apps without going to the start menu or desktop. It’s the inbuilt toolbar feature that’s available in all Windows versions.
By creating a custom toolbar, you can easily access your favorite programs. You can add as many programs as you want and organize them in a proper manner.
Here’s a step by step guide to create a custom toolbar in Windows.
1. Create a new folder anywhere on your computer.
Last updated on 07 February, 2022
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