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Task Facade 4.0 RC1 – finger friendly task switcher


Task Facade

Task Facade

Have you seen Xperia Panels, if yes and you like it, then surely you are going to love this application. Task facade is a visual task switcher, like what xperia has. Just assign it on one of your phones hardware button, and you are good to go. It show all your active application’s thumbnail in pleasant fully customizable theme. Task Facade, previously known as Dynamo 3, is a cool, animated task manager for your PocketPC 2003/05/06 device. Say goodbye to boring text lists of running programs and instead manage your programs by sliding in images of all your running applications onto your screen. For each program on your device an image is saved and when you click the hotkey they all zoom onto your screen. Simply click the one you want and it will increase to fill the screen. Quickly seeing all the running programs is far more efficient than having to read through a text-based task list so Task Facade can make task switching a much faster, and cooler, experience. Task Facade also allows you to quit programs from inside the image view meaning that it does everything your old text-based program manager could do.

check Task Facade THEMES threadfor various themes

Developers Site

Before installing version 3.8.5, uninstall the previous version AND MANUALLY REMOVE THE ‘TASK FACADE’ FOLDER from Program Files’. You do not need its old content.

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    good program

  • David

    Unfortunately non of these work on my i8000. A problem with .net compact framework which I am not willing to make changes for fear of stuffing up my phone.