Google introduced a revamped Recents interface with Lollipop in the hopes of making it easier for users to jump between tasks. But is Recents the best method of switching tasks? Let us know if you actually use the Recents button as a task switcher and why.
Taskbar Launcher for WM 6.5.3
We’ve had a few different task-managers and their respective updates as items on our front-page. Today I’m not going to add yet another taskmanager to this list. Taskbar Launcher made by user RAMMANN is different because isn’t a taskmanager. The main function for taskbar launcher is to replace the regular top taskbar notification area from Windows Mobile 6.5.3 and up builds.
Tapping the taskbar wil then replace the HTC Notifications and/or the new default Windows Mobile command bar, with a new pop up launch pad. You can then use the big buttons to get access to pre-set programs, or use directional swipes to perform application switching. Nicest feature is that you can easily customize the graphics and the programs to be launched from it.
Originally posted by RAMMANN
This is my first contribution to this board! It’s a little tool that shows a customizeable launch pad when you hit the taskbar. If you don’t like this launch pad you can also launch something else instead. You can also say to launch nothing at all –> this also disables HTC Notification, Samsung notification if you’re on OMNIA, or the annoying taskbar from newer 6.5.x builds.
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