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Saturday, October 07, 2006

Jedi Window Dock: Tabbed Browsing for Your Desktop

Jedi Window Dock does for your desktop what Firefox does for web browsing: it makes it simpler and neater using tabs. You can add open windows to Jedi Window Dock and browse through them just like you would with browser tabs. It's a really neat, simple application that is so obviously useful and makes life easier, which is a hallmark of a lot of apps on An App A Day, which we've covered previously.

You also need the .NET Framework for this app to work. Your other applications may stall or crash when you first open the app so try not to have anything critical open.


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