Noonski · Mar 9, 2010 at 12:37 pm

ArkSwitch 1.2 Need’s You!

For those that remember our previous post on ArkSwitch, I don’t need to tell you it’s a great finger friendly task-manager for Windows Mobile 6.5.1 and up. For those that didn’t know this yet, now you know.

User ArkTronic has been busy with ArkSwitch adding a few important updates. Most notably is the new support for skinning.
So if you’re the kind of person that has some Photo-shopping skills, head on over to the thread to start submitting your own versions of task-manager coolness.

Originally posted by ArkTronic

There are many task managers floating around out there, with lots of neat features and great UIs. I’ve been looking for a good replacement for the HTC Task Manager home screen button that no longer works properly in Windows Mobile 6.5.x, and I’ve been unable to find one I really like. So I made my own!

[v1.1.2]
  • FIX: Crash/freeze in certain situations
  • REM: All memory reporting features, probably only temporarily
[v1.1.1]
  • FIX: Stupid crash encountered in some unique situations
[v1.1.0]
  • FIX: Some apps/windows not appearing when they should be
  • CHG: Running as high priority in order to be able to close misbehaving apps
  • ADD: THEMING SUPPORT!
  • ADD: Source code

Continue on to the application thread.


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